Carter45145 wrote:Par is irrelevant. Every hole could be a par two and it would make no difference in the total amount of strokes that it takes you to complete the hole!grodney wrote:Just looking at the distance and the photos, it looks like a bit of a tweener distance for a wide range of players, i.e. 4 might be a very common score. Better players (longer throwers) will get a 3 sometimes. Worse players will struggle to make 4.
Anyway, calling it a par 4 is probably more helpful; but if you want to keep rockin it old school, it's all good.
This is one of the only things I hate about disc golf. And it is exactly why I don't like asking people how they shot at a tournament. Most people answer with "I was 2 under or 4 over" ect., instead of saying how many strokes it took them to complete the course. (Stepping off my soap box)
I agree Carter, par is whatever you want it to be, or whatever makes you feel better. Bottom line is, lowest score at the end of the round wins.