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Comment by Tino "SilverBack" Medina on April 8, 2010 at 4:57pm
foot fault??? serious, hit the little pausey button and look at his release!! Clearly not a foot fault. WOW, I bet if you called that during hte round, people would have beat your @$$!!!!!!!!
Comment by Allonzy on April 6, 2010 at 11:07am
Look up a rule if you question something. In this case it is not a foot fault because all of his supporting points are in contact with the tee area at the time of release. The front of his foot is rotating above the tee pad, it is not a supporting point.

803.02 Teeing Off
A. Play shall begin on each hole with the
player throwing from within the teeing
area. When the disc is released, at least
one of the player’s supporting points
must be in contact with the surface of the
teeing area, and all the player’s supporting
points must be within the teeing area. If a
tee pad is provided, all supporting points
must be on the pad at the time of release,
unless the director has specifi ed a modifi ed
teeing area for safety reasons. If no tee
pad is provided, all supporting points at
the time of release must be within an area
encompassed by the front line of the teeing
area and two lines perpendicular to and
extending back three meters from each
end of the front line. The front line of the
teeing area includes the outside edges of
the two tee markers. Running up from
behind the teeing area before the disc is
released is permitted. Following through
in front of the teeing area is permitted
provided there is no supporting point
contact outside the teeing area when the
disc is released.
Comment by Michael on April 3, 2010 at 9:35pm
that is most deff not a foot fault the disc left his hand
Comment by DiscGolfFlyMart.com on April 3, 2010 at 10:28am
Nice
Comment by Disc nut on April 3, 2010 at 8:45am
I wouldn't call him on it! looks good to me
Comment by Justin J. Platt aka Prodigy on April 2, 2010 at 11:28pm
Please pause this video at exactly 13 seconds...Look at right frame. This is a true professional. Now you can see the release before the foot hits the edge! Foot fault?
Comment by Joe Graham on April 2, 2010 at 11:21pm
His foot is already half over the edge when he plants and throws and it looks like that there is a line on it too. Foot fault.
Comment by Justin J. Platt aka Prodigy on April 2, 2010 at 7:21pm
Not sure about the foot fault, but if you watch it again the disc already leaves the hand before the foot leaves the tee pad...Isn't that leagal?
Comment by Joe Graham on April 2, 2010 at 5:56pm
And a foot fault too.

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