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    To achieve a green in regulation, your golf ball must be on the putting surface in the expected number of strokes in relation to par. And the par number for a hole always includes two putts. On a par-4 hole, for example, that par of 4 is made up of a drive, an approach shot into the green, a putt to the hole, and a putt into the hole.

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    To achieve a green in regulation, your golf ball must be on the putting surface in the expected number of strokes in relation to par. And the par number for a hole always includes two putts. On a par-4 hole, for example, that par of 4 is made up of a drive, an approach shot into the green, a putt to the hole, and a putt into the hole. IF YOU WANT TO GET A GOLF HANDICAP THEN LOOK BELOW LINK:    

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