What is three under par on a hole of golf called?

Answer A three under par in golf is called a double eagle or an Albatross. Albatross, a very rare bird, is an extension of the bird theme for good golf scores from a birdie (one under par) to eagle (two u... Read More »

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What is a hole in one called in golf?

In golf, a hole in one is called an "ace." An ace is when a golfer hits the ball directly into the cup from the tee in one shot. The odds of a player making a hole in one in any given round are 5,0... Read More »

How to Use a "Shortcut" to the Hole on the Third Hole of Wii Sports Golf?

Are you tired of finally chipping or putting the golf ball into the hole after 4, 5, or more shots? Do you want to find a shortcut? With this, it's possible to make it in only 2 shots. (Reminder: O... Read More »

What is the term used in golf for a score of one over the par for the golf hole?

The golf term for one over par (par being the average number of strokes for a hole or a course) is a bogey--e.g. a score of 4 on a par 3 hole. Even worse, a double bogey is a score of 2 over par f... Read More »

Where was the first hole in golf?

The first reference to a golf hole places the hole in the city of Aberdeen, Scotland. The Scottish Golf History website reports records from 1625 refer to a golf hole as a landmark used during mili... Read More »