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Get Your Kids off the Computer or TV Outside, Having Fun and Playing Yard Games While Giving you and them a Chance to Bond Buying a Cornhole Set. We are the Best Place to Buy Authentic Ohio Amish Made Cornhole Boards and Bags for Sale in any Colors You Choose. 

 
Between the TV, computers, video games and other forms of digital entertainment it can be tough to get kids outside or to find fun games and activities you can enjoy with them as a family. The Amish do not have this problem as their religion prevents them from buying or using modern electronics. Their children and families play non electronic games and activities to entertain themselves and have fun. Cornhole also known as bean bag toss, corn toss, baggo or bags, is one of the best and most fun classic lawn games. Cornhole is game played by both the Amish and the non-Amish and started gaining popularity a century or so ago in Ohio.

Cornhole is fun family friendly game and is one of the best ways to get your kids off the computer or other digital device and outside. It is also a great way for you and your kids to bond and do something fun as a family. If you do not know how to play we have included instructions to the most common versions below. No matter what version of cornhole you play you have to buy a set of boards and 8 bags if you to play. If you have lost some of your bags you have to buy replacements. Finding quality cornhole sets for sale that include both the wooden board and bags can be really tough, especially if you do not live in Ohio Amish country.

Here, you can buy the authentic Amish made cornhole game sets that include the best wooden board and bags as well as extra bags for sale in case you have lost some.  Our cornhole boards are handmade by Amish craftsman out of thick durable wood that is made to last. You are also able to choose the accent colors you would like for your cornhole boards. Our heavy duty bags for sale are made from 14 – 16 ounces of actual feed corn and are hand sewn with duck cloth canvas. You can order your bags in any color you want, but if you are in a hurry select no preference and we will ship the color that is in stock. If you have any questions about our cornhole board and bag game sets for sale or our replacement bags you can buy please let us know and we will be more than happy to assist you. 

Cornhole Rules, Scoring and Game Variations


Cornhole matches are broken down into innings or frames. During a frame every player gets a turn throwing four bags from either the left or right side of one of the boards called, "the pitcher's box" at the opposite board. A player can toss the bag from either the left or right, but, in any one inning, all bags must be thrown from the same pitcher's box. Each player must toss the bag within twenty seconds once the player steps into the pitcher's box. If a player does not keep at least one foot in the box while tossing their bag no points will be awarded for that toss. 

Cornhole can be played as either doubles or singles. In doubles play, four players split into two teams. One member from each team pitches from one cornhole board and the other player tosses from the other. The first side of players alternate pitching bags until both players toss all four of their bags. Then the players pitching from the opposing cornhole board continue to alternate until all four of their bags are tossed and then the inning or frame is completed. In singles play, delivery is handled the same way alternating one player to the next until all of their bags have been tossed, completing that frame. 

In order to score, the bags must either be tossed into the hole or land on the cornhole board. A bag that falls through the hole is worth three points whether the bag is tossed in directly, slides in or is knocked in the hole by another bag. A bag that lands on the board and is still on the board at the end of the inning is worth one point. If a bag touches the ground first before it comes to rest on the board, it is removed from the cornhole board prior to play continuing and is not worth any points. At the end of the round there is a 10 second window to allow beans to fall within the bag, possibly allowing additional points.The player or team who scored the most points in the preceding inning pitches first in the next frame. If neither pitcher or team scored or if there is a tie the player or team who pitched first the previous frame pitches second in the next frame.

No matter what version you play the first team or player to reach 21 points is the cornhole game winner! The most common versions of cornhole use cancellation scoring. In one version of cancellation scoring, bags that fall in the hole and bags that land on the board that are pitched by opponents during an inning cancel each other out. For example, if one team lands one bag in the hole and three on the board for 6 points, and the other team lands one in the hole and two on the board for five points, the first team's score would be 2, and the second team's score would be 1, because both teams had one bag land in the hole, cancelling three points, and one bag on the board, cancelling one point, for a total of four points cancelled from each team.

In another common version of cancellation scoring, the total score for each team for the inning is totalled, and then the difference of the two scores is awarded to the team with the higher score. For example, if one team lands 1 bag in the hole and three on the board for 6 points, and the other team lands one bag in the hole and one on the board for 4 points, the first team would score 2 points. There are other versions of cornhole, and you can even make up your own rules these are just the most common.

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