Throwing board made from a long, thin piece of wood. A wide, shallow bed for a projectile has been cut lengthwise into the top surface near one edge. One end on the opposite side has been cut at an angle, and along the adjacent edge there are three shallow notches. A crescent-shaped bed has been cut into the board between the notches and the long groove, and next to this bed is a large circular hole. These features allowed the throwing board to be securely gripped when in use.