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What is 2 strokes under when writing an integer?

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Write "2 strokes under par" as an integer.

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Q: What is two strokes over par in integers?

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if you were to do it as a fraction the two integers would be 1 and a half. your welcome:] !!!

The integers are 26 and 27.

The integers are 37 and 39.

Two of the integers are -2 and 5.

When the quotient of two integers is positive, either both integers are positive or both negative. When the quotient of two integers is negative, one of the integers is positive and one negative. When the quotient of two integers is zero, the first integer is zero and the second one is anything but zero.

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Two strokes over par is called a double bogey.

A double bogey is two strokes over par for a given hole. So a 5 on a par 3, 6 on a par 4 and 7 on a par 5.

Par for the hole is three strokes. In regulation, that is one tee shot, and two putts.

The guideline is how many strokes you are under par. So on a par 4, which is under 2 strokes, - 2, its called an Eagle. Holing it out in 1 on a par 4, - 3 strokes is an Albatross.

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Hitting the green in regulation means your ball is on the green ( not the fringe or rough) In the number of strokes that allows you to two - putt for par . One on a par 5 that's 3 strokes ,on par 4 it is 2 strokes and on par 3 it is 1 stroke

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Par is the number of strokes that it should take a very good golfer to finish a hole. If a golfer finishes the hole in 2 under par, it means he/she took two fewer strokes than par.

depends on how many strokes it took to there. if one-eagle two-birdie three-par

An Eagle in golf is lower than a birdie. A birdie is 1 stoke below par on the hole and an Eagle is 2 strokes below par For example, on a par four, an eagle is two strokes on a par three, an eagle is not used. it is just referred to as a hole in one!

Called an eagle. Usually on a par 5, but can be made on a par 4. If one is made on a par 3 it will usually be called an ace or a hole in one, rather than an eagle.

Each hole at golf has a standard number of strokes (number of times the ball is hit) to get it in the hole. This number is called Par, taken from the par value of stock. For example, if the standard number of strokes for a hole is four, it is called a Par four hole. If a player gets the ball in the hole in one less than (one under) Par, it is called a Birdie. Legend has it that a famous player's ball hit a bird in mid-air and he then completed the hole in one stroke under and the term Birdie was born. Making the hole in two strokes under Par is a larger bird so it's called an Eagle. Three strokes under Par an Albatross, because an Albatross is such a rare bird. If you take one more stroke than Par it's call a Bogey, after the Bogey Man. Two strokes over is a Double-Bogey. Three is a Triple-Bogey.

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