Leroy Moore III, today we're gonna talk about how to score golf. Basically, the result or barometer of how good we play is our score. So today we're gonna take a little time. I'm gonna show you exactly how to score and how to write it down. Every stroke intended to hit the ball or move the ball forward is considered a stroke. So therefore every single one of those counts towards your score. In every hole we have a score from the time you hit your first t-shot to the time the ball finally falls in the hole and we count every single one of these. Well today we're playing Thorntree Country Club. Today on the 9th hole I shot off the tee. It took me 2 shots to get to the green so that's 3 and then I made my first putt for a 4. So that's 4 strokes, 4 hits of the ball. That score is a 4. So we take those scores, we add them up, and what do you know? I shot 32 today.