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These are awesome , but we need to change the name ! LOL : )
 

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I moved from New York to Ohio in 2000 and the first time someone asked me if I wanted to come over for cornhole, I have to admit, I let them know where I stood…

With that said, once I found out what it was I got pretty good at throwing the old corn bag. I just made a set for myself last month. They are plain white at the moment. I'm pondering adornment options. Funny thing is my wife made the bags for my birthday like 2 years ago AND she bought me the sheet of 3/4" plywood that I just lugged with me when we moved to Georgia. I need to stop procrastinating…
 

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My old boss Larry Flatt, in McMinnville TN, would want one. He is a big John Deere collector.
 

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Tim, They look good. Nice job on the logo.

CtL
 

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Nice work. Looks like fun!! Are there standard dimensions?
 

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Cool, we play a simular game called washers with a board that has 3 holes.
 

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Great job!

Thanks for the post

Callum
 

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Nice looking corn hole. Thanks for sharing.
 

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Rob, There are standard dimensions. Boards are 2'x4' with a 6" hole centered 9" from the top. The back of the board is to be 12" high and the front is to be 2"- 4" high. The corn hole association website tells you everything you need to know in their rules.
 

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Wow, Left a huge smile on my face. Great corn hole. My wrinkles ARE from smiling..nice project!

Bruce
 

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Ok, just found my next project. Except it'll have UK (University of Kentucky) on it. I have driven many a John Deere, but I bleed blue.
 
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