How far apart are cornhole boards supposed to be?

According to the American Cornhole Association the "Pitcher's Box" (the boards) should have 27 feet between them.

The actual holes are then separated by 33 feet, with the Junior Foul Line being 21 feet out.

When you play you get 1 point for each bag that lands on the board but does not touch the ground, and 3 points for sinking the bag in the hole. Any bag touching the ground is disqualified and gets 0 points.

Throwing a Cornhole is a lot less of a science than it is an art. There is no question that the perfect arc and the perfect slide will make you a Cornhole every time. The trouble is in actually throwing your bags with that perfect arc and slide every time. Check out some tips that will help you on your quest at Cornholecornhole.com

Updated on Wednesday, August 12 2015 at 04:25AM EDT
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