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Love the set
 
by Jeffrey Berger 
(Evansville, IN)
 
Wereceived the set very promptly. It is very well built and the Bean Bags are fantastic
 
 
Lovin the bags!
 
by Kelly Majewski 
(Wheeling, WV)
 
My experience has been wonderful. I received the bags rather quickly and now I am the envy of the neighborhood. The quality of the Cornhole bags is out of this world. Thank you so much for a pleasant online purchase. I will definitely tell people where to purchase quality Cornhole bags!
 
ps....the ups man even had me open the box to check them out!
 
Thanks again
Kelly Majewski
 
 
Low Cost With A Great Product!!!
 
by Karen 
(Indianapolis, IN, Marion)
 
In searching for a set of bags at a low cost SC Cornhole is the only way to go! The bags are made perfect! When going online the color I wanted was not available so in coments I stated would prefer blue even though they were out. When I received my bags they were blue anyway. Thank you for going out of your way and obtaining the blue cloth instead of just shipping the color I ordered due to out of stock blue. I will referr all of my friends looking for great service!
 
 
Finished Irish Board
 
We had a cookout with our friends who are from Cleveland. He pulled out these boards and bags and asked if I wanted to play cornhole? I had never seem or heard of cornhole. So this was my first game and it was good, easy family fun. 
 
I enjoyed it so much I wanted a set. I started looking in the stores and found they do not carry cornhole games in this area of Georgia. I asked my friend about it and he said he built his boards.
 
So I did a search and found your plans. I obtained the supplies and started building away! It took me about an hour and a half to make all my cuts and assemble the boards. Then it took about two hours to sand the plywood. 
 
So then I thought about what color scheme to use. My first thought was a Florida Gators theme (since I am from Florida), but I did not have any decals and thought what would be more meaningful. I thought I would honor my grandfather. Since his grandfather came from Ireland, I decided to make Irish boards. 
 
I primed the board with two coats of Kilz primer and sealer and bought green, white and orange spray paints and started painting. After a few coats, I then applied three coats of polyurethane, giving it a smooth and weather-proof finish. I used hinges for the legs. I added a cross bar for support and they work great! 
 
I need only to add four green and four orange bags to complete my set! 
 
Thank you for your plans! My boards look great and I am eager to start playing with them!
 
 
Lucky Find
 
by J.R. 
(NW Indiana)
 
I was looking for a set of online plans to build a set of cornhole boards, and I stumbled across this website. I put together the boards using cornhole-game.org's instructions and was very impressed with the final product. 
 
I had planned to make the cornhole bags myself, but after seeing the quality of the boards produced by the FREE(!!!) plans, there was no way I wouldn't buy the bags from cornhole-game.org.
 
I received my bags, and the quality is outstanding. These bad boys are going to last a long time. I can't imagine another company providing a better product ad a competitive price.
 
 
LUVIN CORNHOLE
 
by DANNY LESTER 
(PIKEVILLE KY)
 
The service is great !! The cornhole bags are great !! So easy to fill and sew !! Just a great company all around. Could not have asked for better service or quality of the cornhole bags . Fast shipping and great contact from the company - SC Cornhole Games thanks Dave and crew !
 
 
So after searching for proper dimensions on the internet, I chose the set from this website because of the great detail.
 
The experience started at Home Depot. As we searched for the first large sheet of wood (Can't remember exact size, made these 4 months ago) we noticed that most of the wood was in terrible, terrible shape. Instead of buying the larger sheets of board, we ended up buying some 2'x4' sheets of particle board that were already cut to size. We picked up the rest of the wood and let an employee cut it to size. 
 
Next stop was Walmart to pick up supplies for the Cornhole Bags. In the end this turned out to be a huge mistake, because none of us knew how to sew. Took far longer for us to sew the bags than to make the boards. Recently, I ended up buying some from this website, (the all-weather variety) and they are terrific quality. They are seen in the picture.
 
And so, construction of the boards began. We picked up a jigsaw from Home Depot, not only did it help immensely, it was fun to use. Between 2 guys, a jigsaw, 2 drills, we had these boards completed in less than 30 minutes. Most of the time was spent double checking directions. We ended up using the design with the fixed piece of wood in the back. We did for stability. I've played on other boards, most of them having swing-up rear supports. When a bag hit the board, the board would slightly jump and move around. I found that with the fixed rear board, you get much less movement/jostling.
 
The boards are unpainted for now. Before the next college football season begins these boards will be Red and Black with a big G for Georgia.
 
In summary, great directions, easy build, buy your bags from here!