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xxporkxsodaxx's avatar

Has a Condor ever been made in golf?

Asked by xxporkxsodaxx (1386points) May 4th, 2008

If there has, can someone get me a video or something, I would like to see it

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trogdor_87's avatar

What does one need to do to get it?

soundedfury's avatar

4 under par on a single hole. So, birdie on a par 5 or eagle on a par 6. There aren’t many par 5 or 6 holes, however.

xxporkxsodaxx's avatar

@soundedfury, What? a birdie is one under par and an eagle is two under par. There are very many par 5 holes there about 3 on the north course at my country club. Par 6s are very rare however. A birdie on a par 5 would a birdie not a condor, and an eagle on a par 6 would be an eagle. You have to get a hole in one on a par 5 or a hole in two on a par 6.

soundedfury's avatar

Yeah, you’re right. I’m not really thinking well today.

rking1487's avatar

The USGA doesn’t recognize a par six.

sleuth9216's avatar

birdie- 1 under
eagle- 2 under
albatross- 3 under
condor- 4 under?

xxporkxsodaxx's avatar

@sleuth, yea you got it, but do you know if some has made one?

sleuth9216's avatar

i doubt it i’d either be a hole in one on a par 4 or 1 shot, in on a par five
both seem rather unlikely

xxporkxsodaxx's avatar

Well there are some horse shoe courses and if you can get it over the trees then I would imagine that you could make a hole in two in your really good. Thats how some guy did it supposedly.

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