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Comment from: Kiel Christianson [Visitor] Email
Right on, WKW! Originally, courses and holes didn't have "par." You just played
and counted up your strokes at the end, attempting to card a 4 on each hole,
regardless of length. And even this spartan version of stroke play was rare
compared to match play, where par is irrelevant.
03/16/07 @ 10:00

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