What is 4 under par in golf called
A birdie is a score of 1-under par on a hole (for example, scoring 4 on a par-5). A bogey is 1-over par on a hole. An eagle is 2-under par on a hole.25 May 2019
What is a condor in golf
“Condor” is the name of an American golf manufacturer, but most notably it’s the label given to the extremely rare, almost impossible score of 4-under-par for a single hole. As of 2012, four generally accepted condors have been recorded, all involving aces on par-5 holes.
What is a 3 under par called
Albatross means three shots under par (−3) (the albatross being one of the largest birds); also called a double eagle in the US. It is an extremely rare score and occurs most commonly on par-fives with a strong drive and a holed approach shot.
What does under par mean in golf
If you take five strokes to play a par-4 hole, then you are 1-over par for that hole; if you take three strokes on a par-4, you are 1-under par on that hole. The same applies to 18-hole scores: if the golf course’s par is 72, and you shoot 85, you are 13-over par; if you shoot 68, you are 4-under par.24 May 2019
What is 4 under par in golf
|-4||Triple Eagle (or Condor)||Four Strokes Under Par|
|-3||Double Eagle (or Albatross)||Three Strokes Under Par|
|-2||Eagle||Two Strokes Under Par|
|-1||Birdie||One Stroke Under Par|
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Is there a par 6 in golf
The longest hole is #9, at 777 yards, par 6. It has the makings of a publicity stunt, but having one of the longest golf holes in America is also about pride. The USGA guidelines are such that any hole 691 yards and longer from the back tees or 591 and longer from the ladies’ tees can be considered a par 6.
What is a snowman in golf
Dog-balls. Scoring an ‘eight’ on any single golf hole. The origin of the term is in reference to what the number ‘eight’ looks like on its side; also referred to as the “Snowman.” Dogleg. A hole where the fairway is straight for some distance and then bends to the left or right.
Has anyone gotten a condor golf
A condor was scored without cutting over a dogleg by Mike Crean at Green Valley Ranch Golf Club in Denver, Colorado, in 2002, when he holed his drive at the 517 yard par-5 9th. A condor is so uncommon in golf that bookmakers don’t even offer odds on such a feat.
Has anyone ever aced a par 5
There are three holes-in-one on par-5s known to have been made by cutting the corner: The first-known ace of this nature occurred in 1962 by a golfer named Larry Bruce. The golfer who aced a par-5 using a 3-iron was Shaun Lynch, playing at Teign Valley Golf Club in Christow, England, in 1995, on the 496-yard No. 17.