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AMERICAN CORNHOLE ORGANIZATION

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Cornhole is a game played very similar to Horseshoes, but instead of throwing steel discs at a metal spike, small bags filled with beans or plastic pellets are thrown at a wooden board with a hole at the furthest end. The board, built on a stand and placed on the ground or floor, is normally slanted to the nearest end. The game most popularly features outdoors, but indoor versions are growing in the form of professional leagues and tours. The purpose for a player is to throw the bag so that it lands on the wooden board, or ideally drops through the hole. One point is awarded when the bag lands on the board, and three points for landing in the hole. Cornhole was played as far back as the 1800s and today features a professional league run by The American Cornhole League. The sport is managed by The American Cornhole Organization (ACO), responsible for overseeing the professional and amateur leagues, and promoting the growth nationally and internationally. A World Championship is held every year featuring several categories. ACO is based in Camp Dennison, Ohio. 



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