9 or 18 holes?
Golf is played in a golf course. A typical golf course has 18 holes, however, smaller golf courses have 9 holes as well. Championship level golf courses are known to have even 27 or 36 separate holes.
Most par 3 golf courses have eighteen holes like a regular golf course, but they will allow you to play only nine holes if you life. However, all of the holes are only a par 3, meaning that the average score on the hole is 3. Thus, the difficulty and length of all the holes overall is typically easier than a regular golf course.
Depends on how many of you are playing, if you are stuck behind anyone, how long the course is and if you are naturally a fast or slow player, but on average anything from 1 and a half hours to 2 and a half hours.
You can change golf balls in a tournament. As long it is on different holes or the ball is unfit for play, (like if it hit the cart path and was scratched.) But if it was unfit for play you must tell your opponent.
It depends on weather the holes are all par threes such as an executie course,, could be as little as 900 yards long to and average nine holes of 3200 yards. Depending from which tee boxes you play from.
It depends on the golf course.
One round is 18 .. so 18 + 18= 36. ; 36 holes
Depends how quick the players are, and if there are people in front of them. You could do it in 1 hour 15, but on the other hand it could take you 2 hours.
When you say: "I have just completed a round of golf." Generally you are saying that you have just played golf. Usually 9 or 18 holes. I don't think it matters how many holes you play.
they only know if they are monitoring you.
A Dormie Hole in golf refers to a hole in match play that signifies a player is ahead in the match equal to the amount of holes left. (For example if someone is 2 up with 2 holes to play it is dormie).
A typical length is 18 holes, but you can also usually play a nine hole game.
Dormie is a golf term used in match play to signify that one player's lead is the same as the number of holes left to play (For example, when a player is three holes up with three to play, two holes up with two holes to play, etc.).
A round of Golf is usually 18 holes. But if there is a match which is still a tie after the stipulated round, playoff holes can be played until the match is settled, there is no limit to how many holes are played, unless settled by the competition committee.
Unless specified by the tournament committee, playing the holes in the incorrect sequence will result in disqualification.
People can play the flash game Crazy Golf of free on the website Mousebreaker or Teagames. The game Crazy Golf is 18 holes of mini golf that one must complete in as few strokes as they can.
'8 and 7' is a term used in match play when a golfer has won the match by being 8 holes ahead with 7 holes to play.
In matchplay there is no need to fill in a scorecard. In stroke play however, if you do not play all 18 holes it is classed as a NR.
a disc golf course is just like a golf course except instead od holes you have baskets. a disc golf course is just like a ball golf course(18 holes) except most courses are free to play. there are 3000+ disc golf courses in the world, so i don't think you'll have problems finding one.
You can translate "play golf" from English to French in one of two ways. You could say jouer au golf, which is the more literal "play golf" translation. You could also say faire du golf, which uses the verb faire, often translated "make" or "do" in English. The second translation has a sense closer to "shoot a few holes of golf", rather than "play a game of golf".
...play on a golf course? The usual number is 9 or 18, same as a man.
The holes of a golf course are ranked in order of their difficulty, 1-18. In the UK and Europe this system is called the stroke index and in the States I believe they are called the handicap holes. Your opponent must give you a shot on the holes ranked 1-15, so you don't receive a shot on the holes ranked 16-18.