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Old 10-07-2012, 08:11 AM
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Originally Posted by JoakimBL View Post
Well that is not true. People rutinely throw over OB to get an advantage, but that is hardly the point I'm making.
But to understand what you are saying, you want to ban all follow throughs?
Nope, everything any golfer does now that takes them beyond their marker before they release the disc can still be done just start one step back. All supporting points, or potential supporting points must be behind the marker when the disc is released. Even if they are in the air, as long as it's behind the marker and they land behind the marker after release if they're jump putting.


As far as OB, you first said "if it cross inbounds before ending out OB" now you are saying throwing "over" OB. Again, there's a difference. Which one do you want to discuss?
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