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Cornhole, a backyard game everyone can play!

Cornhole is one of the fastest growing "backyard games" in the country. People love it for a couple of reasons; it's straightforward and fun. If you aren't familiar with it, cornhole is simply two slanted boards placed about 15 feet apart. On each board is a hole. The two teams toss bean bags at the boards. If you land and stay on the board, it's one point. If you get in the hole, you get three points.

Because of the growing popularity of cornhole, more and more people are getting cornhole sets of their own. There are many companies like Custom Corn Toss that design and manufacture the units. There are now more options than ever before when it comes to getting a set for your home or your office.

Three are cornhole sets in all price ranges. Some people like to take their board home and paint it themselves, or they just want a cheaper model that they don't have to take good care of it. Owners won't feel bad if they leave it out overnight during a thunderstorm. There is something for everyone from beginners all the way up to expert level players.

There are weatherproof models, though. The boards are constructed from very durable materials. That helps the game boards withstand any beating they might take. That could include weather or human error. When you buy from a licensed cornhole board maker, you get a game that will last a long time. They don't cut any corners during production.

Get a custom cornhole board. They're a great away to impress company. These custom models are perfect for tailgates and corporate parties. That is because you can have any logo you wish printed on them. Your company owner will love seeing his logo on all the cornhole boards at the company picnic, and nothing says you are a dedicated fan of having your team's logo on one.

It is important to know that the American Cornhole Association has guidelines for each board made. These boards live up to those expectations entirely. That way, you know that you are getting a world class product that is made to fit the specifications of the pros! Each set also comes with eight cornhole bags. You can buy more separately if you wish. Shop around today to see if you can find a set that's perfect for you.

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