What Is Cornhole?

Cornhole rules is also known as bean bag toss, dad hole, doghouse, Baggo, or Bags, and dummy boards. This is an American lawn game and in this game, the players take turns to throw the bag of corn. Besides the bags of corn, you also can use the bean bags. The players use it on a raised platform with a hole in the far end. When the bag turns into the hole, it scores 3 points while one point will be on the platform score. The play continues until a team or player reaches the score of 21.

What do You Need In This Game?

You need to prepare the equipment and court layout. These matches are played with two sets of bags and two platforms. There also need two to four people to play. The bags to set is four. Each set should be identifiable from the other and with different colors, to make better. Based on The American Cornhole Organization Official Cornhole Rules, the measuring seamed fabric bag should be 6 by 6 inches or about 150 by 150 mm. The weight is 15 to 16 ounces or about 430 to 450 g and the bag should be filled with the dried corn kernels. The final weight of the bag depends on the material of the bag itself, so the weight is vary.

Each platform is 2 by 4 feet or around 0.61 by 1.22 m with a 6 inch or 150 mm hole centered 9 inches or about 230 mm from the top. Each platform should be angled with the top edge of the playing surface 12 inches or around 300 mm above the ground. The bottom edge is 3 to 4 inches or around 76-102 mm above the ground. A regular court places the holes 33 feet or around 10 m apart or 27 feet or around 8.2 m. Between the bottoms of platforms. The shorter distances can be used when there are younger players join the game or when there is no sufficient room.