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Texas Cornhole Big Hit

by Timberly 
(Dallas, Texas USA)
 
Thank you so much for the fast shipping on my Scoretower. It is awesome and really added to the enjoyment of the game. I had a party with about 40 attendees and the vast majority had never heard about Cornhole let alone played it. The Scoretower helped keep everybody on track and the spectators up to speed. I will definitely be ordering from ya'll again!
 
 
Quality Bags At A Great Price!

by Kent Brockman 
(Milford, OH USA)
 
I ordered some of your canvas bags with beeds in them because I have be using traditional corn filled bags, both canvas and cloth. The corn breaks down and tends to coat the boards making them too slick for most players.
 
The canvas bags that I bought from others were durable but would not soften up. A lot of times they hung up in the hole.
 
I was impressed when I opened the box at how durable, but soft your canvas Cornhole bags are. We played this week and they felt like bags that had been broken in.
 
Very pleased with the product!
 
Kent
 
 
We Love the Set!!!!

by Sharon 
(Weeping Water, Nebraska)
 
Thank you for the great service. Our Cornhole Game set came so fast!
 
We are Nebraska Cornhusker fans so the red board with the red and white bags will work perfect. We plan on taking them down to the Ozarks for our annual family gathering. 
 
Our son from Chicago has a set too, so more fun for all. We will be setting up a tournament with the bags that will be played all week. Young and old will have hours of fun! The red was the perfect red for the Big Red.
 
Thank you again. I have also given your website to several other people.
 
Also, I looked at the sets on the market in sport stores, but yours are superior to these. They can't compare to your sets. 
 
Keep up the great work!
 
My First Home Built Set

by Matt Bradley 
(Carson City, NV)

After moving from Ohio to Nevada, I found that Cornhole is much more rare out here in the west and I have only seen it played once in my two years here. I had withdrawals, so I had to build my own set of boards. I got my Cornhole Game Board plans from this site and proceeded to build my own set. Shortly thereafter, I purchased some red and gray bags (Ohio State colors) from this site as well (very pleased with the quality, by the way). As soon as I got my bags from UPS, I went out and played Cornhole for about 2 hours (until it got dark). I built my boards to regulation size, 2 x 4, and used bondo and glazing putty to fill all of the gaps in the wood and screw holes for a cleaner appearance. I found that wood putty wasn't nearly as manageable as the bondo and glazing putty. I primered my boards 3 times with a latex primer/sealer and after my camping trip this weekend (with my boards in the truck) I will be painting my boards like Ohio State helmets; silver with red, white, and black stripes. Thank you for the resources and information to build my own boards will should serve me well for years to come.
 

I also have an idea for a scorekeeper. If you put the appropriate 21 spots on 2 PVC pipes, you can stick them in the ground or mount them somehow to keep score. To keep a tally of the score, all you need is a rubber band type device to move up and down on the pipe to adjust your score. I haven't built mine yet, but I thought I'd share the idea with you. I imagine that it would be fast, easy, and inexpensive to make.