What Is An Ostrich In Golf?

Eagle is playing a hole two under par, example shooting 3 on a par 5 hole.

This is exceptional and does not happen very often for average golfers.

I am not familiar with the term ostrich in golf.

It might be a local nickname for an unusual score.

What is a condor in golf?

“Condor” is the name of an American golf manufacturer, but most notably it’s the label given to the extremely rare, almost impossible score of 4-under-par for a single hole. As of 2012, four generally accepted condors have been recorded, all involving aces on par-5 holes.

What’s an ostrich in golf?

OSTRICH. Supposedly, this is the name assigned to completing a hole having struck the ball five fewer times than par. In other words, this is what happens when you hole-out a Par 7 with two strokes or shoot a Hole-In-One on a Par Six. Frankly, this is a case of folklore.

Is 93 a good golf score?

An average golf score is 90 strokes for every 18 holes played. This score applies to an amateur golfer playing on a par 72 course. A good golf score is a maximum of 108 strokes, while a bad score is considered to be 120 strokes or higher.

Is there anything better than an albatross in golf?

A very good golfer — or a very lucky golfer — might complete a hole in fewer strokes than the par (called “under par”). An eagle is 2-under par on a hole. A double bogey is 2-over par on a hole. A double eagle (very rare) is 3-under par (also called an “albatross”).