I've seen the cover too often and it will continue to make appeareances later. It was almost problem free later on in the event and i don't think that many if any shots are ruined by it in the European Open. I think the problems with the cover were worse than on the video. Luckily lcgm8 can crop the video some so that not as much of the bleeping thing isn't in the view.
In the meantime here is the first part of the first group in the first round of Tali Open 2011:http://www.youtube.com/user/lcgm8#p/u/0/9P21rjsLDNQ
Miko Fyhr is a seriously beefy and far and high throwing player rated at 987 the last time i checked. In one Finnish championship in the distance event he won in a slight downhill place with IIRC a 191 meter throw.
Tommi Tohni to my understanding does not get to play that often so his skills are fine but consistency is an issue. He was still better overall when he played a practice round with me and others in the Dutch Open 2010 while i was competing in the dubs with Ascodemus.
Seppo Kuikka is always competing for the top spot in his division in Finland and often humbles 30 year younger players. I've had the pleasure of playing dubs with him once. He is a nice man.
Ville Piippo should not need introduction but for those that are new to the sport he is the man to watch for sidearm drives and overhand throws. He has held mobile phone tossing distance world record among his many athletic feats. He has won the Finnish and European championship. He is in the middle of recovery from one of many medical issues so his placing in the top at the EO in the first round was a pleasant surprise. Dave Feldberg lost big time to Ville in one part of the EO course and later commented that: "He is a machine". It easy to see why. Ville won the previous Tali Open against Avery and Nate. Tali is the home course of Ville.
The temperature for this round wasn't that high because of the early time. Moisture and wet teepads weren't making things easier for them.
lcgm8 filmed two groups in this first day of the competition. This is the first one. I filmed another group. More of them after this group.
Flat shots need running on the center line of the tee and planting each step on the center line. Anhyzer needs running from rear right to front left with the plant step hitting the ground to the left of the line you're running on. Hyzer is the mirror of that.