So has anybody ever called a foot fault on a line of play related issue? As in the person has come up short on a dog leg and instead of lining up behind their mini facing the target as is stated in the rules, they line up with the fairway instead. Since your lie is technically is either to be directed towards one of two objects (a mando you have not cleared yet or the target itself) it would be a foot fault to line up down the fairway (assuming there is no mando on the hole). Apparently Ulibarri called a foot fault on Geoff Bennet on this during the Eric Yetter which caused all sorts of drama during the final round. I've noticed a lot of players address their lie down the fairway instead of the line to the target but I'd never thought about it until now. I'm interested to see what others think of this and if they've actually ever called a fault for it.
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