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In Golf, "par" is the expected number of strokes for a hole - or for the entire course (18 holes). This number will vary for each hole, depending on the perceived difficulty of doing it.

Q: How many strokes is 9 over par?

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1*9+2*90+3*1=192

9 ÷ 2 = 4 remainder 1

The answer is -3 over 9

22 times, with 4 left over.

a little bit over 9 years

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Par for 9 holes can be many values, but typically it is 36 strokes. Of course, if you have a par 3 course, then it will be 27. Normally, 9 holes will have 1 par 3, 1 par 5 and 7 par 4 holes. That totals 36.

The term sought may be "par" which is the number of strokes anticipated for an expert golfer to complete a hole of golf, or a round of 9 or 18 holes. Someone has "parred" if he took exactly the number of expected strokes for a hole. The player is said to be playing "par golf."

His handicap was scratch at the age of 13 so he was shooting well under par by that stage.

Scorecards are divided into two sets of 9. One for the first 9 holes and the other for holes 10 through 18. Little pencils are used to log in how many shots were taken for each hole. After you tee off, keep track of all of your shots and then write down each hole's total shots before starting the next hole. Compare your number of shots to the par of the hole to see how you did. If the first hole is a par 4, and you finished in 5 shots, then you made a bogey, and you are +1 for the round, meaning you are one over par. Remember, the number of shots to make par depends on whether the hole is a par 3, 4 or 5. After the 9th hole, you'll notice a place on the scorecard to record your score on the front 9. Add up your score and compare it to what par is for the front 9. This is also when the erasers come out. Say that par for the front 9 is 36, and you shot a 45. This means your score is 45-36 = +9, or 9 shots over par (for the front 9). Repeat the same process for the back 9, and then add the two scores together to get the total score for the round. Eagle=-2 Birdie=-1 Par=0 Bogey=+1 Double bogey=+2

Diff'rent Strokes - 1978 The Fight 1-9 is rated/received certificates of: Australia:G

Yes, there is no professionally accepted hole to have any higher than a par of 5.

Diff'rent Strokes - 1978 The Loan 3-9 was released on: USA: 14 January 1981

Diff'rent Strokes - 1978 Assert Yourself 6-9 was released on: USA: 10 December 1983

Diff'rent Strokes - 1978 Hypochondria was released on: USA: 9 August 1980

1*9+2*90+3*1=192

you could use golf. under par is negative and over par is positve. ( here are some problems you could worf with: negative 33/negative 11=3 and negative 8 plus ( negative 9)= 17

Diff'rent Strokes - 1978 The Honorable Arnold J- Jackson 7-9 was released on: USA: 24 November 1984