I disagree with you Jeronimo. It would be assinine for you to screw with the group behind you. You could move the teepad around but why would you want to? I could understand a provision to the rule where an adjacent area could be used if the tee had some sort of safety hazard (ice during the winter or mud/puddles on a dirt tee).
The teepad was designed for you to throw from, not next to. Why would someone want to design a course with the intent to screw with the players? This isn't an oversight at all. It is a logical rule.
I do respect where you are coming from, I am pretty sure I have seen pros break this rule without penalty. There are ways around it, a lot of people release the disc after their rear foot lifts off the ground, in which case you would be within the rules as the front foot would be the only point of contact upon release.
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