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September 5, 2017

Playing Cornhole, Baggo Bag Toss, Corn Toss

The Cornhole / Corn Toss match shall be played until the first team of contestants reaches (or exceeds) 21 points at the completion of an inning. The winning team does not need to win by two or more points.

The Cornhole / Corn Toss match can never end in the middle of an inning. Thus, if a team that pitches first reaches or exceeds 21 points, the game can not end until the other side is allowed to pitch all of their corn bags and the inning is completed.

If the Cornhole / Corn Toss match is...

April 27, 2017

Slickness is pure opinion... fast for a casual player is still to sticky for a tournament player... however here is a scale to help determine if you're in an acceptable range.

How to perform a slide test on your boards.

The scale goes from 16-46" for brand new 100% duck cloth corn bags or from 18-48" for gently used (broken in) 100% duck clothe corn bags.

What you will need: 1 cornhole board, 1 cornhole bag and 1 measuring tape

This is how the test works:

Set up a cornhole board. Take your 100% duck cloth corn bag (or the du...

March 14, 2017

How to Play Cornhole: Rules, Tips & More

From tailgate parties to high-stakes tournaments, cornhole always makes for great fun and great competition. Read on for an explanation of the rules and tips for your technique.

Whether you’re the “Lord of the Boards” or you’re simply looking for a game for your next tailgate party, the following cornhole guide has something for you. In it you’ll find out how to properly set up the game, how to keep score, and you’ll even pick up a few playing tips.


Cornhole—also called bags,...

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