Cornhole Bags

Dimensioned pair of drawings of a standard Cornhole bag measuring width and height

Cornhole bags, or bean bags, are the objects thrown in the backyard game of cornhole. Wrapped in assorted fabrics and traditionally filled with corn kernels, today's cornhole bags are available in a variety of colors, though are commonly blue or red to signify the two different teams. Each team has a set of 4 bags that they throw during each round.

Cornhole bags are square bags that measure 6"x6" (15.24 cm x 15.24 cm) with a thickness between 1.125"-1.5" (28.5-38.1 mm). The weight of cornhole bags is regulated at between 14-16.5 oz (440-470 g).

How big are cornhole bags?
Cornhole bags are 6” x 6” (15x15 cm) square bags and should weigh between 14-16 oz (440-470 g).
What is inside modern cornhole bags?
Cornhole bags today are typically filled with plastic pellets, but traditional bags filled with corn kernels are still popularly used.
What were cornhole bags originally made from?
Cornhole received its name because the bags used to play the game were originally filled with corn kernels.

Details

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Height: 
1.125"-1.5" | 28.5-38.1 mm
Width:
6" | 15.24 cm
Depth:
Length:
6" | 15.24 cm
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Weight:
14-16 oz | 397-454 g

Material: Fabric, duck-cloth
Fill: Corn, plastic resin

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Properties

Drawings include:
Cornhole Bag plan, elevation

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Cornhole, also known as bean bags, baggo, bags, or sack toss, is a common lawn game where players (singles or teams of two) throw bean bags at a hole on an angled board to score points. Players score three points for throwing a bag through the hole, and one point for each that lands on the platform.