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Play (a hole) in par.
- ‘Herb lost out when he three putted the 18th to take a bogey instead of parring the hole.’
- ‘We parred the first hole, but on the second hole, I hit my tee shot in a fairway bunker and he just killed his drive right down the middle.’
- ‘I parred the hole and won by two shots over Gil Morgan, who birdied the final hole.’
- ‘Faldo parred every single hole to capture that first major.’
- ‘Both players parred the closing hole, just missing lengthy birdie putts.’
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