|FAQ's & Game Info
Cornhole Glossary of Terms
Woody: a one-point shot landing and staying on board surface
Cornhole: a three-point shot, one that ends up in the hole on its own or with help, they all count
Dirty: when a bag hits the ground before reaching the board
Lipper: a Woody hanging on the lip of the hole and is ready to drop in
Slick Woody: cornhole, this one slides into the hole
Faultin': a foot fault; stepping past the front of the board
Blockin': a player blocking the hole by the position of one of his bags
Airmail: cornhole – nothing but hole
Candy Corn: a short shot – this one didn’t make it to the board
Stanker: any foul bag such as a "Dirty", "Faultin", or "Candy Corn" -- zero point value
Board Dimensions Court Layout
Score is taken after all bags have been thrown for a round.
Three points for a bag that goes through the hole.
One point for a bag that is on the playing surface.
One point for a bag that is hanging into the hole.
One point for a bag that is hanging off the edge but not touching the ground.
Zero points for a bag that is on the playing surface, but also touching the ground.
Zero points for a bag that is hanging off the front edge and is resting on a bag that is on the ground, unless the bag on the ground can be removed without making the hanging
bag fall to the ground, then one point is given.
Question: Do your sets come with bags?
Answer: Yes, all of our sets come with bags
Question: Are your bags regulation size and weight?
Answer: Yes, all of our bags are 6"x 6", double stitched, and filled with deer corn.
Question: Can you make any design I want?
Answer: Yes, Email us your design specifications and we will make it.
Question: Are the Boards heavy?
Answer: No, the boards are made with 12mm cabinet grade plywood and 1x4 frame. Each board only weighs 16 lbs, the total weight of the set including bags , is only 40lbs. Making them easy
Question: Does the lighter weight affect the play of the boards?
Answer: No, we have made and played on boards that are made with 3/4 inch plywood and 2x4 frames, the only difference that we noticed is the weight, ours weigh at least 1/2 as much as the
Question: Do you ship?
Answer: Yes, shipping is available for an additional charge. We charge actual shipping costs to your location, plus $10 for the box .
Question: How long does it take to have the boards ready?
Answer: Even though it can take up to two weeks to finish a set, usually we complete a set in a week..
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