# Fairways hit

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If you hit every fairway on the par 4's and 5's and you hit every green on the par 3's,,,,how many fairways did you hit during this round?

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Is this a trick question?  Assuming it is not, count the number of par 4s & par 5s and there's the answer.

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Very strange first post. I'm guessing he wants to count a GIR on a par 3 as a FIR but I see no reason why one would want to do that.

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I feel like I should be using a No. 2 pencil for this answer.

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If you hit every fairway on the par 4's and 5's and you hit every green on the par 3's,,,,how many fairways did you hit during this round?

Well, assuming a typical par 72, 14 fairways.  Now if one wants to count hitting fairways multiple times while playing a par 5, etc... the number could be larger but generally the statistic of "Fairways Hit" only counts tee shots on par 5's and par 4's.

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All of them. Since we don't know how many par 4 and par 5 holes are on the course then an exact number would be an assumption.

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If you hit every fairway on the par 4's and 5's and you hit every green on the par 3's,,,,how many fairways did you hit during this round?

All of them.  FIR aren't counted on par 3 holes, so however many par 4/5 holes there are is how many fairways you hit.

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Assuming 4 par 3s, you would hit 14 fairways.

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Funny thread....................all kidding aside, most people track fairways hit as a percentage!!     On a traditional championship course, 14 is standard, but not always the case.   My previous home course had 3-5s........3-4s....and 3-3s on the back.    A perfect day was hitting 13-13 fairways in spite of it being a par 72 course.

With that said, the thread originator game me a chuckle with how the question was asked..LOL

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If you hit every fairway on the par 4's and 5's and you hit every green on the par 3's,,,,how many fairways did you hit during this round?

How many feet is "up"?

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Some odd first posts lately ... but Tom if you make it back, welcome to TST.

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What weights more, a pound of steel or a pound of feathers?

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What weights more, a pound of steel or a pound of feathers?

How long is a piece of string?

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How much does heavy weigh?

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How much does heavy weigh?

Blue.

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[quote name="Ernest Jones" url="/t/81874/fairways-hit#post_1140034"]How much does heavy weigh?

Blue.[/quote] No, no, no. Its obviously green... :)

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