1 shot is hole in one 1 shot under par is birdie 2 shots under par is eagle 3 shots under par is albatross Over par is boogie.
One under par for a hole is one shot less than par, say you make a 3 on a par 4, this is a birdie. One under for a round is where you had a round which was one shot less than par, say you shot 71 on a par 72.For holes played, or for that round, or for the tournament, the player has taken one less shot to play those holes than par.
these are the scores for strokes under par. 5 shots = par 4 shots= birdie 3 shots= eagle 2 shots= double eagle or albatross 1 shot = hole in one
A score for one hole that is one under par is an, "Eagle".
one under par = eins unter par
one under par is called a "birdy" 2 under par is called "eagle"
A birdie - a bogey is one shot over par on a given hole, and a birdie is one shot under par on a given hole - so, a bogey is two shots worse than a birdie.
The first shot on a par three, just like the first shot on any hole is called the tee shot. There is no special name for it.
"Bird" was a slang term for 'good' in the 19th century and so a great shot on the golf course became known as a 'bird', which then turned into 'birdie'. It was used for any under-par score at first. Then, 'eagle' was added to maintain the avian theme and it differentiated a shot of two under par, from the 'birdie', which was one under par. An extremely rare three under par shot is now called an 'albatross' (aka 'double eagle').
It is called a double eagle or a hole in one.
A birdie is a golf hole played one under par.
It depends how many shots under par you shot and the difficulty of the course. But it would be + something.