Bad analogy chuck.
If the analogy is that something is different between what a player does from the tee versus what they do from the fairway, then it's spot on. Not only do ball golfers not use tees on the fairway, they also are not able to realistically use drivers. Granted, we don't have too many longer par 4s and 5s in this sport yet. But there's little different in what a player can do between an open fairway shot versus a tee shot, especially on courses with no cement tees. In fact, some courses, a fairway shot will have better footing than the tee!
Stand and deliver may not be the best option to differentiate betwen tee shots and fairway shots. Some people thought that was a good thing in addition to making it easier to call foot faults which appears to be a more improtant problem to solve. Or, just get rid of the rule if it's not called. Just let players throw from anywhere they want. Seeing that this is ridiculous makes the point that we need to make players actually throw from where they are supposed to, at least in competitive play. Because the alternative makes no sense and the sport devolves to even less than a game.