Golf goal

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Possible Answers: PAR, HOLE, CUP.

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Random information on the term “PAR”:

Par is a scoring system used mostly in amateur and club golf. It involves scoring (+, 0, −) based on results at each hole. The objective is to have an end score with more pluses than minuses. The result on each hole is always based on one’s handicap-adjusted score.


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For ease of explanation, assume a player’s handicap gives him/her one stroke per hole (i.e., 9-hole handicap of 9). This player, playing to his/her handicap on a given day, will average a bogey on each hole. Playing ‘to’ ones handicap is expected and so there is no reward or punishment due when a bogey 5 is recorded on a par 4. Thus, a 0 (zero) is recorded. A double-bogey 6 (one over what’s expected from a player on a 9 handicap, would incur a penalty of a minus ‘−’. A 4 (a genuine, unadjusted par) is one better than a ‘9-handicapper’ would be expected to score and would earn a plus ‘+’. However, for this golfer, 6s and above still incur just one minus ‘−’. Likewise, 4s and below earn just one plus ‘+’. At the end of the round, plusses and minuses are reconciled (a minus cancels out a plus). If a player finishes with two plusses, s/he is ‘two up’ or ‘plus 2’ (+2). The opposite applies if s/he finishes with two minuses – ‘two down’; ‘minus 2’; ‘−2’.

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Random information on the term “CUP”:

China UnionPay (Chinese: 中国银联; pinyin: Zhōngguó Yínlián), also known as UnionPay (Chinese: 银联; pinyin: Yínlián) or by its abbreviation, CUP, is a Chinese financial services corporation headquartered in Shanghai, China. It provides bank card services and a major card scheme in mainland China. Founded on March 26, 2002, China UnionPay is an association for China’s banking card industry, operating under the approval of the People’s Bank of China (PBOC, central bank of China). It is also the only interbank network in China that links all the ATMs of all banks throughout the country. It is also an EFTPOS (Electronic Funds Transfer at Point of Sale) network.

It is the largest card payment organisation (debit & credit cards combined) in the world, based on payment transactions, schemes and number of cards issued, before Visa & Mastercard. It also offers mobile and online payments.

With the approval of the People’s Bank of China, China UnionPay was launched on March 26, 2002 in Shanghai by PBOC governor Dai Xianglong, with the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, the Agricultural Bank of China, the Bank of China and the China Construction Bank serving as its first members. However, the concept of a unified Chinese bank card network dates back to 1993, with the formation of the “Golden Card Project” advocated by then-Chinese president Jiang Zemin. UnionPay is considered the descendant of the Golden Card Project, although attempts at unifying China’s various credit card and interbank networks have been in place since the 1990s.

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