Djubi (joo-bee) Classic describes itself as a modern version of catch. It looks to me like there's a side of slingshot and lacrosse thrown in there too. If you're bored of bocce and Jarts, Djubi could be a decent addition to your stockpile of outdoor games for the summer.
Djubi sets come with a pair of rackets lined with deep nets and fitted with a launching hook at their top corner. Players take turns loading and firing foam balls connected to bungee-like cords, and trying to catch them in their nets. Djubi makers say the balls can travel up to 100' per launch.
The balls also float, so Djubi Classic works as a beach and pool game too. Recommended for kids ages 8 and up, and adults with good hand-eye coordination. Or adults who have taken great liberties with the margaritas. Djubi-ing that way could be fun too.