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Puzzle L-2.  WEEKEND GOLF

Peter, Frank, Ben, and Alan played gold together recently.  They played 18 holes.  Peter and Frank had 10 pars while Ben and Alan had 12 pars.  The rest of the plays were either eagles, birdies, or bogeys.

Frank and Ben each had 3 birdies.

Two of them had 2 eagles, Three of them had 3 bogeys.  One of them had 4 birdies. One of them had 4 eagles. One of them had one birdie.  One of them had no bogeys.

Using the table below, find how many eagles, birdies, and bogeys each of them had.

 

 

Eagles

Birdies

Bogeys

  Pars    

Peter

       

Frank

       

Ben

       

Alan

       

 

 

 

 

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