Did you possibly mean parted?
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of par.
“Donald parred the first six holes before missing a short putt at the 7th en route to a bogey which saw him slip further off the pace but he got back in the red for the day with birdies at the 10th and 12th.”
“Both parred the 10th, but the teenager made his four with ease while Woods had to hole a 12-footer.”
“I went back, parred it down and threw in an assassination attempt.”
“Bradley parred the 17th and Dufner three-putted for bogey, going down by two strokes.”
“Further birdies at the seventh, 10th and 11th put him at five under and seemingly on track to claim the outright lead but he parred his way home to stay one shot off the pace.”
“Former PGA Tour winner Steve Pate parred the second playoff hole on Sunday to beat Aaron Watkins.”
“In the playoff, they both parred the par-five 18th and then went right back to the 18th tee.”
“He parred out, finishing the round in 63 to tie for the lead.”
“He parred the 12th hole, then birdied the par-4 13th with a 10-foot putt.”
“On the 13th, still walking in super-slo-mo between shots, he holed another robo birdie putt from 10 feet and parred No. 14 despite driving into a fairway bunker.”
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