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especially courses that have more dirt then grass I throw a disc like a thumber, but aim it low so the disc skips off of the top, and shoots to the right.  This shot parks many holes that I would normally par if thrown anny, or forehand.  what is this shot called?  I am sure there is a name out there.  If there really is no name I say we combine thumber with scooby, and either call it a thumby or scoober... or just call it the Shawn!

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Naa..go with your last name..Boucke{bouquet}LOL"Woow..it's the Bouquet{Boucke]Thumber "orJust "BT".jsut a weird sense of humor today.
I love it
Go with the throw ;>}
its still just a thumber.
Its just a baseball style thumber. Ive seen friends chains out doing it on a 240 foot hole.
i always called it a reverse tomahawk, just recently heard it called a thumber.
I've thrown this shot many of time aswell, I do with thumber and tommy stlye.

Outside of it being called a thumberskip the guys who have seen me throw it call it the Cheater shot, B.S. shot, or my fav. the Bagger shot lol
It's just a thumber. Even if you throw it low and play a skip, you are still throwing a thumber. (I do like "thumby" though.) I throw this shot all the time and I agree that it is a great tool to have in the bag. But I'm sorry to say that you definitely didn't 'invent' it.
Pretty sure it's called a Scooby.

How about we now start calling it the Shamwow!

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