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"Drive for show and putt for dough."

If you want to make par on every hole, your score will be based on how long the hole is plus the two putts you make on each green.

Par is always based on the two putts on each green and then reaching it in what is called "regulation." This is just the prescribed number of shots that a golfer has to reach the green. Regulation can mean either one shot, two shots or three shots depending on the length of the hole but putting always means just two shots on every hole.

Putting eventually requires 36 total shots or half your game. It's as simple as that.

 

Master the putter and you've got half the game!