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It's called an Albatross or also double eagle From Wikipedia

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Not really a question....but that is called a birdie!

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5 = par

4 = birdie

3 = eagle

2 = double eagle

1 = ace (hole-in-one)

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You score a 3 or (1 under par)

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An Eagle.

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Bogey.

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