Frank,Tom,Bill,and Dave are playing a sanctioned tournament round.They have played many tournament rounds together but not always on the same card.Frank and Tom have had issues with each other before and prefer to not have to play together.But Frank and Tom both get along fine with Bill and Dave.Lets assume its the final round and this is the lead card. Frank and Tom are tied for 3rd with Bill and Dave well ahead fighting for the lead on hole 18. Hole 18 is not an easy birdie almost everyone gets a 3 slightly uphill 450' with a few smaller trees along the sides Bill and Dave both throw good shots to 100-140' short and to the right of the pin.Frank throws a good shot to 130' but towards the left side.Tom then throws and hits one of the trees on the left 200' back.They all start to walk down the fairway headed to there discs Frank and Tom kinda towards the left Bill and Dave kinda to the right.Tom gets to his disc that is under the tree everyone stops waits,Tom gets down a knee and throws a forehand that holes out from 200".Frank turns around and tells Bill and Dave" i called him on a footfault before it even hit the basket did you hear me?" Now lets say that both Bill and Dave wear earbuds with music while playing. Tom says he didnt footfault and that Frank never called him on anything.Frank swears on his mother that he did.whats the call?
Could anyone tell me how this couldnt happen with the current rule?
I think if the first occurance is not seconded there should not be a re-throw but only a warning
If the first occurance is seconded then a re-throw and the warning are called for
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