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LovenLifeGuy

Corn hole game

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Not sure if this is the right place to ask, but where can a guy buy a nice corn hole game in the cities? Or bean bag toss. What ever you call it. Thanks

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Corn Hole? I've never heard it called that before...I like it!!!

They're pretty easy to make. I have seen them for sale at Dick's Sporting Goods, though.

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I would think you'd have luck if you go down south somewhere, maybe Kentucky!!! smile.gifsmile.gifsmile.gif

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I would think you'd have luck if you go down south somewhere, maybe Kentucky!!!
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Cue up dueling banjos!!!

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The only reference to "corn hole" I know.... and all I know is I want no part of it. shocked.gif

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blush.gif anyway, since you refer to bean bag toss and corn hole not sure if this is what you are looking for but Menards has a couple, but if something else, probably a different site... grin.gifgrin.gif

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Cue up dueling banjos!!!


Images of the movie deliverance come to mind blush.gif

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Last year my sister found some regulations on line, with board size, distance apart, hole size, bag weight, etc. My brother in law and i each made a set of boards, very easy.

Try googling it.

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I ordered a set from Baggo. You can guess at the website. It is a nice package that folds up into a 3-4" thick suitcase. You can even get custom images on the top.

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The first time I heard "corn hole" I had the same reaction, but when you search it on the internet that is what most people call it. I think bean bag toss sounds better also laugh.gif. Anyway, thanks for the help.

LovenLifeGuy

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Can we say that in a family forum confused.gif

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Black Dog Park

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I hear it's a real popular game in prison. shocked.gif

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LMAO blush.gif

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