Cornhole

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Just The Facts

  1. There is some debate of the origins of Cornholing. Many historians believe the practice began with the noble Native Americans, others believe it began in the Kentucky farmland.
  2. It is played using an angled board with a hole in it, that you toss bean bags through. How effectively you do so gives you points.
  3. Whatever it's origin, Cornholing is becoming more popular than ever, possibly because of the internet's ability to connect people by their passion for Cornhole.

Gather The Family For Some Good Old-Fashioned Cornhole.

Cornhole is a wholesome American past-time enjoyed by families and close friends alike. There are some rules and etiquette to consider before Cornholing, as well as some terminology you might want to master beforehand. Otherwise your first experience at Cornholing might be clumsy or embarrassing. Haven't we all been there, though.

For instance, a bag that hits the ground is called a "dirty bag". It's never pleasant to see one of those flopping limply next to your prized cornhole. An enjoyable trick shot is the angled shot, or "hooker". Many people enjoy showing off how they can blast a hooker right in the cornhole.

What makes this such an enjoyable party game is that it leaves one hand free. You can hold your drink while you cornhole! Sounds like fun, right?

Thankfully there are enough people that take Cornholing seriously enough that they've established performance standards for those that want to be sure they are Cornholing properly. For more information, you can consult the American Cornhole Organization and/or the American Cornhole Associaton.

Here's to hoping some happy cornhole tossing happens in your near future!

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