GDL5000 wrote:read the post above mine, sheesh you guys are denser than the humidity.
Clue wrote:grodney wrote:
The right gap is about the size of a disc, the left gap is about the size of 2 discs, and then there's an inside route just left of that (over the disc in the picture). The pin we played would not be visible in this picture long and left.
You dont need a ceiling for a thumber. They work just as well thrown low to the ground, whenever you get done And usually get a nice skip and roll when done this wayporkchop wrote:The gap you fools see for the thumber looks to be from a short tee ..... if you look at the first pick it looks like there is a long tee, where there is no thumber gap from there .... I'm assuming they played the long tee for worlds
Seconded...to much sway right to left for that shot to work consistently...you'd need a good amount of technical luck for it to workporkchop wrote:I know the shot and I highly doubt it would work on this hole, just looks to tight and too long for that shot.
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