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Cornhole

About Cornhole

Cornhole (A.K.A. Bean Bag Game, Bag Toss or Corn Toss) is a great American past-time that has been around for centuries. The object of the game is to toss the bags so they land on a board or in the hole. Bag Toss 2™ with the 5pt Slot is our exciting variation of this old tradition. The only difference between our 5pt Slot boards and traditional Cornhole Boards is the 5pt Slot hole, which is worth more points than the traditional hole. Visit our “How to Play” and “Learn More” pages to discover more info on the game that is recapturing the American spirit.

Bag Toss Classic vs. Bag Toss 2

Bag Toss 2 (BT2) is unique because it has a hole and a slot, whereas Bag Toss Classic (CLA) just has a hole. For BT2, a bag on the board is worth 1 point, a bag in the hole is worth 3 points and a bag in the slot is worth 5 points. Most people who have played this game for years will prefer the classic version without having tried the BT2 version. However, we have found that most people who play with the slot, love the slot. It adds a different level of excitement to the game that makes it even more fun to play.

 
 
 

Tossing Tips

Board Sizes

Our Professional Long Boards are 4ft long by 2ft wide and are a popular selection for tournaments, as they are regulation size.

Our Tailgate Boards are 3ft long by 2ft wide and are a popular selection for many players, including those in the ATL.

Our Camper Boards are 32in long by 20in wide, just 4in shorter per side than the Tailgate Boards. They are a perfect selection for people who are always on the move and need something portable.

Our Mini Boards are 24in long by 13in wide, are super portable and are half the size of our Professional Long Boards. These are a great selection for all occasions, are very portable, take up a small amount of space and are useful for indoor or outdoor fun.

 
 
 

New Baltic Birch Plywood

We recently switched to a superior plywood that is highly moisture and heat resistant. This is accomplished with a boil proof glue line combined with Baltic birch plies. The Baltic birch wood grows in the frigid parts of northern Europe, like Russia and Finland. Due to the cold, it is more dense and stronger than normal birch. With almost zero % core voids, the plies are incredibly uniform. With this change, our boards are now 30% heavier and 200% stronger than our previous boards.

Superior Materials + Highly Engineered Designs = Kick Ass Products