Cornhole | Bean Bag Platforms

Cornhole platforms, or boards, have standard regulation dimensions of 2’x4’ | 61x122 cm. The cornhole hole that players aim for measures 6” | 15 cm in diameter and has a center located 9” | 23 cm from the top of the board. The surface of a cornhole platform is angled slightly at 10° starting from a bottom height of 3”-4” | 7.6-10.2 cm and ending at a top point of 12” | 30.5 cm. Cornhole manufacturers produce boards most commonly out of wood or plastic.

How big is the cornhole hole?
The hole on a cornhole platform has a 6” (15 cm) diameter and has a front edge located 3’ (91 cm) away from the platform edge.
How does scoring in cornhole work?
Scoring in a game of cornhole is achieved by tossing a bag through the hole (3 points) or landing on the board (1 point). At the end of a round, the total scores of both teams are tallied and the difference is awarded to the higher scoring team. Cornhole games are scored up to 21 points.
What is the angle of a cornhole board?
Cornhole boards are angled at 10°. The top edge of a cornhole board should be 12” (30.5 cm) from the ground.

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Length: 4’ | 122 cm
Width: 2’ | 61 cm
Hole (Diameter): 6” | 15 cm
Hole Distance (Top): 9” | 23 cm to center
Hole Distance (Bottom): 3’ | 91 cm to edge
Height (Bottom): 3”-4” | 7.6-10.2 cm
Height (Top): 12” | 30.5 cm
Angle of Surface: 10°
Material: Wood, plastic

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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.