GT Par

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You may hear this term every now and then, and it’s a good gauge to measure exactly how well you shot on a particular round of Golden Tee. Because many of the par 4s are reachable in 1 and many of the par 5s are reachable in 2, the term GT Par was born. So, if a par 4 is reachable in 1, we say it has a GT par of 2 (the drive and the putt). If a par 5 is reachable in 2, it has a GT par of 3 (the drive, the approach, and the putt). All par 3s should have a GT Par of 2. It’s really the best a player can shoot on that hole without holing out a long shot. So, if you calculate the GT Par on the front 9 to be 25 (-11) and you shoot a –10, you really only missed one shot without holing out on any holes. If someone shot –12, that person most likely made NO mistakes and actually holed out a long shot somewhere. I can only dream of being that good.

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  1. […] on 2008 Golden Tee Live.  In most cases, votes went to holes where it’s toughest to make GT Par.  There weren’t an overwhelming number of votes in that blog, but enough to be able to point […]

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