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Q: Do both feet have to be behind the tee box line in golf?

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It depends what sport you are playing. I know that if you are playing volleyball you have to be behind the serving line which is close to the end line. In badminton you have to be behind the service line also which is usually closer to half court

13 feet 9" to the center of the goal from behind the free throw line.

13 feet 9 inches to the center of the goal or 15 feet to the backboard from behind the foul line (free throw line).

15 feet from the backboard to the back of the free throw line, and 13 feet 9 inches to the center of the goal from behind the free throw line.

a field goal worth 3 points because the shooter had both feet on the floor behind the 3-point line when he released the ball also counts if one foot is behind the line while the other is in the air.

a field goal worth 3 points because the shooter had both feet on the floor behind the 3-point line when he released the ball also counts if one foot is behind the line while the other is in the air.

The player injecting the ball into a penalty corner must have at least one foot outside the circle (i.e. behind the back line) until they have played the ball. There is no penalty for having both feet behind the back line.If the injecting player does not have at least one foot outside circle when playing the ball, the penalty corner is reset and taken again.

If you are asking how far is it from the goal, it is 15 feet from the backboard. The line is 2 inches by 12 feet and situated at the top of the key 13 feet 9 inches form behind the line.

From the net to the end line of a regulation size volley ball court is 30 feet. Usually you serve from a box behind that that is about 3-5 feet added behind the end line.

Behind the 3 point line. In the NCAA, it is 20 feet and 9 inches, while the NBA line is 23 feet and 9 inches.

The NBA three point line is 23 feet 9 inches from the center of the basket to the far side of the arc; at the top of the key, and 22 feet from the corners. The NCAA 3 point line is 20 feet 9 inches, and in High School basketball the distance is 19 feet 9 inches from behind the arc to the center of the goal. The free throw line is 15 feet (from the backboard), 13 feet 9 inches to the center of the basket from behind the line.

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