par-three

[pahr-three]
adjective
of, pertaining to, or noting a small-scale golf course, usually having 18 holes of 150 yards (137 meters) in length from tee to cup on 7 to 40 acres (3 to 16 hectares) of land.
Compare pitch-and-putt.
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Golfers will enjoy their on-site nine-hole, par-three golf course.
The nine-hole, par-three course by the lake provides the golfer a challenging game as well as beautiful scenery.
Golfing beginners will enjoy the nine-hole course with seven par-three holes.
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