I play with a guy that will routinely give three footers. Not just mercy gives when putting for double, but for pars and such. Not sure why, but its just aggravating. I mean the poor guy wont learn how to sink the short ones.
I have a 12 hole course near here in Fishkill, NY. Its a nice change of pace but not worth much. I'm sure there are other courses with unusual number of holes, but its rare I feel because its so strange. If you want to go down that road, why aren't there tennis courts with a net half the height? Why aren't there basketball courts with 8 foot rims? The 6 inch hole would be a big let down. I mean honestly, would anyone but absolutely the worst uncoordinated new players miss...
So every hole on the course is a par 3? Like a pitch and putt.
If you managed to bogey only 4 of the holes for a 4 over, Id say that is great.
Par 3s on a regular course can be a lot more challenging, but on a pitch and putt they are usually flat and errant shots are not too penalized. But its still good to be only 4 over for 9 holes.
I flew the green right and long on a par 3. It has a tough steep back side. I was off to the side and down 6 feet from the green.
With a 60 degree wedge, I hit the perfect little chip to 4 feet, made the up and down. Best up and down of the season.