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GOLF MATCH

Submitted By: geecee

Difficulty: easy

Three friends participated in a golf match to help raise money for a local charity. During the 18-hole match, each played very poorly and over par at one hole, but each also scored a hole-in-one at one hole.

Most amazing, these accomplishments all happened at different holes.

From the clues, for each player, can you determine the hole number for their poor shot, the hole number for their hole-in-one, and their final score?



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Over Par
Hole in 1
Final Score
Clicks
1
2
3

 Hole #7

 Hole #12

 Hole #16

 Hole in 1 #2

 Hole in 1 #8

 Hole in 1 #13

 57

 59

 64

 Golfer

 John Grant
 Steve Mann
 Walter Knight

 Final Score

 57
 59
 64

 Hole in 1

 Hole in 1 #2
 Hole in 1 #8
 Hole in 1 #13

Clues:

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  1. From the lowest score of 57 to the highest score of 64, the friends placed as the man whose over par hole was 7, the man who got a hole-in-one at 2 and Walter.
  2. Steve was over par six holes earlier than his hole-in-one shot.
  3. John got the first hole-in-one but scored the last over par.
  4. The man who got the last hole-in-one had the lowest score.
Golfer Over Par Hole in 1 Final Score
John Grant
Steve Mann
Walter Knight


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