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In 2005, the average golf score was 100 for 18 holes. In 2012, the average golf score for men was 97. Both figures are according to the National Golf Foundation, which states the average golf score has remained at 100 fo... More »

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The National Golf Association reports that 45 percent of golfers make over 100 strokes per round. Each stroke is a point; therefore, a large percentage of golfers have an average score of 100. A beginning golfer should a... 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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The "double eagle" is a score of three below par on a hole in golf. To accomplish this, a golfer has to score a hole in one on a par 4 hole, or hole out in two shots on a par 5 hole. More »

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At the Willowcreek Golf Club, things to do include golfing, practicing at the full driving range and practice par three holes, shopping in the pro shop, dining at Gabe’s Grille, and participating in a league. The golf cl... More »

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Rory McIlroy won the 2014 Open Championship with a score of 271. He finished two strokes better than Sergio Garcia and Rickie Fowler, who tied for second. A full leaderboard is available on the Previous Opens page of The... More »

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Canam Golf Group, LLC, is a golf course marketing firm in Canada and the United States. The group offers members discounted rates at more than 75 golf courses in Florida, Montreal, Eastern Township and Quebec. More »

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