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1 a large white seabird with long narrow wingsSynonyms and related words Birds that live near the sea:albatross, auk, cormorant... Explore Thesaurus From our crowdsourced Open [..]
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1670s, probably from Spanish or Portuguese alcatraz "pelican" (16c.), perhaps derived from Arabic al-ghattas "sea eagle" [Barnhart]; or from Portuguese alcatruz "the bucket of [..]
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type of very large seabird.
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(also called a "double eagle") a score of 3 under (less than) par for a hole Example: A double eagle is very rare, as is the albatross.
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Completing a hole in three strokes below bogey or par.
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A score of three shots under par on a golf hole. This is very rare and usually happens when a score of 2 strokes is obtained on a par 5. Rarer still is a hole-in-one on a par 4.
Source: golfonline.co.uk

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double eagle; a score of 3 under par for a hole (This is one of the hardest shots to achieve in pitch and putt {ie. Par 3 golf})
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If a golfer played three shots under par, so under the prescribed stroke-number, it is either called albatross or double eagle.
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Three under par score at a hole. Known as a 'double-eagle' in the US.
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- When a hole, usually a par 5 or greater, is achieved with 3 throws under par. Also known as a double eagle.
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A hole played three strokes under par. Also called a Double Eagle.
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Three under par on any hole is called a double eagle in the USA. Albatross is the common British golf term for double eagle.
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Former name of a "Double Eagle" - the score for a hole made in 3 strokes under par. A British term. ALTERNATE BALL
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To get the ball in the hole in three shots under par.Usually achieved when a big tee shot on a par 5 leads to a lucky shot with an iron that goes in a hole.
Source: golf4beginners.co.uk

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A golf hole is completed in a score which is three shots lower than the Par of the golf hole (otherwise referred to as a double eagle).
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Sometimes called a "Double Eagle", an Albatross is a score of three under par on a singlehole.
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Scoring 3-under par on any hole (i.e. 1 on a par-4 or a 2 on a par-5).
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A disc golf term for completing a hole three under par, also known as a double eagle. This is extremely rare. You can score an Albatross by throwing an Ace on a par 4 hole. [Double Eagle]
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A hole played three shots under par.utmx_section("With-ImgAdsRight")
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(aka: "double eagle") a score of 3 under (less than) par.
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When a score for a hole is three strokes under par e.g. 2 strokes are made for a par 5 and as you can imagine is quite an achievement.
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A hole completed in three under par.
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3 under par on a single hole. Also known as a double eagle, but who says double eagle when you can say albatross?
Source: nashuatelegraph.com

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A score of three shots less than par, an extremely rare feat.
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Another name for a double eagle, a score of three under par on a hole. The most famous albatross
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Double eagle; a score of 3 under par for a hole.
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Former name of a "Double Eagle" - the score for a hole made in 3 strokes under par. A British term.
Source: aboutgolfschools.org

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Former name of a "Double Eagle" - the score for a hole made in 3 strokes under par. A British term.
Source: 100golfschools.com

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Outdated term for an Eagle
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Finishing 3 under par on a hole. Also known as a "Double Eagle"
Source: guide4golf.com

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When a golfer scores three under par, this is called an albatross.
Source: golfbetting.co

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is completing a hole having struck the ball three fewer times than par (usually played on par 5 holes).
Source: dongolf.ru

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A hole played three strokes under par.
Source: 1st-golf-info.com

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An albatross or double eagle is shooting three strokes less than par on any hole.
Source: theukrules.co.uk

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Basically a Double Eagle - the score for a hole made in 3 strokes under par.
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Call-sign of Royal Australian Airforce (RAAF) Iroquois helicopter; also known as a 'Huey'
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(Albatross around one's neck) Large and long-winged seabird of the southern hemisphere capable of long flights. It was believed among seamen that albatrosses embodied the souls of dead sailors, a [..]
Source: caribbean-pirates.com

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Large and long-winged seabird of the southern hemisphere capable of long flights. It was believed among seamen that albatrosses embodied the souls of dead sailors, and it was considered unlucky to kil [..]
Source: marinewaypoints.com

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An old British name for a double eagle. What’s that you say, two eagles? No, it means you scored 3 under par on a single hole! In other words, you scored a 2 on a par 5 hole. It’s a very good score an [..]
Source: waggle.com

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<ornithology> A web-footed bird, of the genus Diomedea, of which there are several species. They are the largest of sea birds, capable of long-continued flight, and are often seen at great distances from the land. They are found chiefly in the southern hemisphere. Origin: Corrupt. Fr. Pg. Alcatraz cormorant, albatross, or Sp. Alcatraz a pelic [..]
Source: mondofacto.com

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8410 shape. See: "swan".
Source: jeff-goldsmith.org

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Three under the par of the hole... i.e. a score of 2 at a par 5
Source: letsgetgolfing.com

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Any of various large seabirds of the family Diomedeidae ranging widely in the Southern Ocean and the North Pacific and having a hooked beak and long narrow wings. (golf) A double eagle, or three u [..]
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  A hole played three strokes under par. Also called a double eagle.
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