Typically it's 7 yards. So if the line of scrimmage is on the 35 yard line then you add 7 yards for the kickers depth behind the line and then 10 yards for the depth of the endzone totaling in a 52 yard field goal.
It is not known how far exactly NFL kickers stand from the line of scrimmage when attempting a field goal. Most NFL kickers average a field goal range of 35 yards.
The ball must be placed on the line of scrimage before snapped. Assuming you are referring to a place kick or a punt, there is no rule dictating where the ball must be snapped to. Seven yards is standard as it should give the snapper, holder and kicker sufficient time to perform the kick.
In the NFL, the ball will be placed at the spot of the hold after a missed field goal. If the kick took place from inside the 20, the ball is moved out to the 20. In college football, the opposing team gets the ball from the original line of scrimmage.
A college kicker uses a one inch block (which has a flat surface and is just used to get the ball higher off the ground) to kick extra points and field goals, but the ball stila has to be held by another player. A kicker does use a tee for kickoffs.
The kicker. At there on 30 yard line
Turnover on downs and other teams ball where it was touched.
Up until just recently, it was judged as where the ball is. Now, if any part of the person throwing the ball, even just a foot, is behind the line of scrimmage, that is a legal pass.
Usually the backup quarterback holds the ball with one finger, (pressing the ball down) then the kicker kicks the ball in between the field goal posts. ( there will be eleven people on opposing sides.
The general rule is to spot the ball 7 yards behind the line of scrimmage. This distance gives the kicker enough time to get the kick off without worrying about an unblocked defender on the end of the line swooping in to block it.
Any player may play anywhere on the field. There are a few exceptions during the various restarts. For example, all players except the kicker and goal keeper must be outside of both the penalty area, at least 10 yards from the ball, and behind the ball.
The kicker on field goals is rushed and only has 3 yards to run up and kick the ball. On the other hand the kicker on Kickoffs has whatever is comfortable yards for them.
start running at the LOS and when they snap the ball run for the field goal kicker. On some madden games no matter what you do you can't block a field goal.