Boogie.Eagle - 2 under parBirdie - 1 under parParBoogie - 1 over parDouble Boogie - 2 overSnow Man - 8 StrokesMoose - 10 Strokes
Yes -10 is an integer and a rational number
Each hole and every course has its own predetermined par. Par is the standard number of strokes set for each hole or for the entire course. there are 4 par 3's, 10 par 4's and 4 par 5's There are always 18 pars on an 18 hole golf course. Par is considered to be the score an expert should require to finish a particular hole. now, perhaps the above (4 par 3's, 10 par 4's and 4 par 5's) is true on a "standard" or regulation (par 72) course. But there are also courses that are par 69, 70, 71, 73 and so on. These will obviously not follow the standard breakdown. Then also consider "executive" courses, consisting of only par 3's and par 4's. These are often par 58 but again, these can vary as well.
Any integer that is a multiple of 10 (those are the ones that end with 0) will yield an integer if you divide it by 10. Anything else will not.
Its both -10 +10
Its both -10 +10
Which integer represents 10 a.m. the same day
Thats a good question for you all wondering of playing minigolf. The course under par is the 3 trophies you will get as you you progress through golf. Ok, to get course under par all you have to do is when you look at par you must have less than the total pars ( or same number of shots as total par ) to make it count. This is simple trophies to earn. Best place is the easy section of golf because the mediumj and hard will give you hard time. Here are the three trophies ( remember to get the course to count you need to get same or below the total par. 1. 1 course under par ( easy trophy just play 1 course and beat the total par ) 2. 10 courses under par ( will take a little time depends on how fast you go. ) 3. 100 courses ( this is the one that takes alot of time to get but it all depends on how fast you go, i know you can do it. ).