AMERICAN CORNHOLE ASSOCIATION LAUNCHES AIRMAIL CORNHOLE BOARDS

AMERICAN CORNHOLE ASSOCIATION LAUNCHES AIRMAIL CORNHOLE BOARDS

The American Cornhole Association, the original and official governing body of cornhole, recently launched its newest collection of cornhole boards. The collection, called Airmail Cornhole Boards, is made available to help everyday cornhole players improve their skills and train like a professional. 

Airmail Cornhole Boards feature 18 inches by 18 inches reduced playing surface that can help develop a player’s accuracy in playing the much-loved outdoor game. The boards, which come in sets of two, are made from premium mahogany wood. The newest collection is also equipped with collapsible legs for more convenient storage and has rubber feet to help reduce bouncing during playtime. The Airmail Cornhole Boards collection comes in seven unique designs—the rustic USA flag, shark mouth, black hole, rustic wood, retro stripes, bomber, and patriotic. 

“Our goal has always been to encourage people to play and enjoy cornhole,” said a company representative. “We made improvements to our newest collection, the Airmail Cornhole Boards, to help players enhance their airmail shots during their practice.” 

The American Cornhole Association boards are known for their strong construction and the large variety of designs available. They come in different sizes and styles that can be good for kids, casual cornhole enthusiasts, tailgate party warriors, aspiring professionals, and even organized cornhole tournaments. They are also available in over 200 graphics and can even be customized with anyone’s own graphic print for endless design possibilities.

Cornhole game has been America’s favorite tailgate party game. It is sometimes called corn hole toss, bag toss, bean bag toss, tailgate toss, baggo, or hilly billy toss. But no matter how it is called, the game rules are the same. The American Conhole Association website contains the official cornhole rules that players can refer to when settling disputes they encounter any during their games. The American Cornhole Association also shares schedules of up-and-coming and ongoing cornhole tournaments across the country to help cornhole enthusiasts find tournaments that they may want to participate in or watch. It also has its mobile tournament app where cornhole aficionados can play and host their tournaments called cornaments. 

To learn more about the official cornhole products and rules, visit the American Cornhole Association website at https://www.playcornhole.org

About American Cornhole Association

The American Cornhole Association is the original and official governing body of cornhole. It began as an initiative to establish standardized rules for the game of cornhole as well as increase the popularity of the game across the United States.

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