|Number of players||3, 4+|
|Team or Individual play||Team|
- One, Two, Three is a scoring condition that can be used while playing in any golf format, such as match or stroke play.
- In this game, the par of each hole determines how many scores of a team are required to determine the final team score for each hole. For example, for par-3 holes, one score is required, for par-4 holes, two scores, and for par 5-holes, three scores.
- Once the number of scores to be added is decided, which scores can be used is decided by the players beforehand. For example, they can add the best balls for every score.