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The typical scoring system for a Stabelford golf game is 8 points for a double eagle, 5 points for an eagle, 2 points for a birdie, 0 points for a par, -1 points for a bogey and -2 points for a double bogey. The points s... More »

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Stableford scoring is an alternative system for scoring games of golf that awards points on a sliding scale based upon the number of strokes players use to complete each hole in a round. The winner of a round in Stablefo... More »

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Stableford scoring is an alternative system for scoring games of golf that awards points on a sliding scale based upon the number of strokes players use to complete each hole in a round. The winner of a round in Stablefo... More »

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A birdie in golf occurs when a player hits the ball into the hole with one fewer stroke than par. Par is the number of strokes it typically takes an expert golfer to play a hole. More »

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Backswing, birdie, bogey, fade and slice are some common golf terms. Golf has a long list of common terms that are unique to the sport and describe the scoring, course layout, a particular type of shot and many other nua... More »

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Eagle, birdie and bogey are all golf terms for the number of strokes required to complete a hole. They are relative to par, which is the number of strokes set as the standard for a particular hole. More »

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An "eagle" in the sport of golf refers to an individual score of two strokes under par on any respective hole. Holes are typically given par numbers like 3, 4 or 5, in reference to how many strokes in which an expert gol... More »

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