In golf what is a condor?

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CONDOR - 4 under par This mighty bird gives its name to the rarest of all occurences in golf: a hole in one on a par five. Only two are recorded. Shaun Lynch on the 496 yard 17th at Teign Valley in July 1995 and L. Brice on the 480 yard 5th at Hope CC, Arkansas in 1962. Both holes are dog-legs.


On the first tee box, honors used to be determined by flipping a tee and seeing where it pointed after landing to select golfing order. This would have to be done at least 3 times in a foursome. Today, there's a new device called the Starter Coin that golfers flip once to decide who tees off 1st, 2nd, 3rd and last all in one flip.
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Has anyone ever scored a condor in golf?

Yes, it's happened at least several times. Since almost nobody - even with today's supercharged equipment -can hit a 500-yard drive, the best place to look for par-5 aces areo

What do condors eat?

Condors eat carrion, they like eating dead bodies of cattle or deer. They are scavengers.

What is a condor?

A condor is a type of bird known as a vulture. Condors are thelargest flying birds in the western hemisphere.

How tall is a condor?

A california condor is a bird that is only have 294 in its species today it lives in California los Angelos it is a rare bird

How big are condors?

Although it is on average about five cm shorter from beak to tail than the California Condor, the Andean Condor is larger in wingspan, which ranges from 274 to 310 cm (8.99 to

A condor is an insect?

No, a Condor is a bird. Condor is the name for two species of New World vultures. They are the largest flying land birds in the Western Hemisphere. Condors are part of the

Who were the Pittsburgh Condors?

The ABA's former Pittsburgh Pipers then the Minnesota Pipers and then back to Pittsburgh and a name change until their franchise was canceled in June of 1972.

Are condors hunted?

Condors are hunted. They are hunted for their feathers. Their feathers are then put up in a Musial as an exhibit
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What is a double condor in golf?

A condor is 4 under par on a given hole, so a double condor would most likely be 5 under par on a given hole. The only way this could be achieved is a hole in one on a par 6,
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Where condors live?

The Andean Condor (Vultur gryphus) inhabits the Andean mountains and the California condor (Gymnogyps californianus), are currently restricted to western coastal mountains of