Definition of stroke hole.
: a golf hole at which a stroke is received by a player in a handicap match.
What are handicap strokes?
A golf handicap is a numerical measure of a golfer’s potential ability. In stroke play, it is used to calculate a net score from the number of strokes played during a competition, thus allowing players of different proficiency to play against each other on somewhat equal terms.
What is the maximum number of strokes per golf hole?
MAXIMUM STROKES (PER HOLE) The Rules of Golf do not limit the number of strokes a player may take on any one hole. If it requires seventeen (17) strokes to hole out (including penalty strokes) then your score for that hole is “17”. In sanctioned tournament play, such scores can occur, albeit rarely.
What does stroke index mean?
The Stroke Index (SI) is a numbering system used in handicap golf competitions.The rules of golf require that the committee in charge of a competition publish a Handicap Stroke Table indicating the order of holes at which handicap strokes are to be given.
How do you determine a stroke?
Sometimes a stroke happens gradually, but you’re likely to have one or more sudden symptoms like these:
- Numbness or weakness in your face, arm, or leg, especially on one side.
- Confusion or trouble understanding other people.
- Difficulty speaking.
- Trouble seeing with one or both eyes.
3 Nov 2017