Category: All About Bags

Reviewing Blackjack’s “High Stakes” Bag

Reviewing Blackjack’s “High Stakes” Bag

One of two bags that the popular and innovative creators of Blackjack Cornhole released with the expert help of Reynolds Bags has been sitting under the radar for months now. If you love Reynolds Bags template but seek out Ultra Cornhole and their “X” slow side, Blackjack Cornhole has designed a bag just for you. […]

Review of the Draggin’ Bags DNA

Review of the Draggin’ Bags DNA

Although the Draggin Bags DNA has been on the market for a while, I feel like it is time someone brought it back for a proper review. Draggin’ Bags DNA, the first bag in the Genetic series, is a sort of mutation between Ultra’s Widow, Reynold’s ProAdvantage, and a dash of AllCornhole’s AllSlide. Confused yet? […]

Blake’s Take on BG’s New “Mercenary” Cornhole Bag

Blake’s Take on BG’s New “Mercenary” Cornhole Bag

Reynolds has had a vice grip on the title “King of the Carpet Bag” for years now, but BG’s new Mercenary and Viking cornhole bags make it a more complicated matter that needs discussing! I have been throwing Game Changers now for a few months, and I’ve had some good success with them. GameChangers are […]

Meet the Makers: Graham and Rich of BG Cornhole

Meet the Makers: Graham and Rich of BG Cornhole

This is the first in what will be a series of profiles about the people designing, inventing and building the gear that makes the game great — bags and boards, accessories and apparel, the works! For our first “meet the makers” piece, I caught up with Graham Williams and Rich Chamness, the owners of BG […]

The Booming Black Market for Cornhole Bags

The Booming Black Market for Cornhole Bags

In August, we ran a survey asking people what they thought about the booming “gray market” for cornhole bags — people buying, selling, raffling and trading cornhole bags as private parties. Here’s my own responses to the questions we asked, along with my take on the responses as somebody who participates heavily in the aftermarket […]

Don’t be a Square! How “Round” is Right When it Comes to Cornhole Bags?

Don’t be a Square! How “Round” is Right When it Comes to Cornhole Bags?

Researching and comparing cornhole bags on the Internet is a fool’s errand. Every bag maker has their own way of measuring and explaining how fast each side is, and frequently they explain the speed of one bag only in relation to the speed of another bag they themselves make. It’s well-intentioned, but…frankly…kinda useless. And they […]

Getting Inside the Head of the Cornhole Community: Playing Habits, Favorite Bags and More!

Getting Inside the Head of the Cornhole Community: Playing Habits, Favorite Bags and More!

A week ago we conducted a survey of cornhole players, and are excited to share the results! About the Survey The survey, which we ran with SurveyMonkey, went live on July 12. We promoted the survey via our own Facebook page (~7,000 fans) and the popular Facebook group Addicted to Cornhole (~11,000 members). We encouraged […]

The Business of Selling Cornhole Bags and Boards: Direct, Wholesale and Retail

The Business of Selling Cornhole Bags and Boards: Direct, Wholesale and Retail

The demand for cornhole bags, boards and other products has been booming lately, along with the game itself. Established players are struggling to keep up, along with the new players who are cropping up all the time. Cornhole bags are fairly easy to make — sew together some fabric and fill with plastic pellets. And […]

How to Promote Cornhole Tournaments

How to Promote Cornhole Tournaments

Before reading this, you might want to check out our guide to setting up your club or league’s Facebook presence. If not, carry on! The first step to effectively promoting your cornhole tournament is creating a Facebook “event” for it. You can add or update information over time to let people who RSVP or express […]

Establishing an Online Presence for your Cornhole Organization

Establishing an Online Presence for your Cornhole Organization

TL:DR; Depending on your goals you’ll want to create a Facebook “group” for your club, a Facebook “page,” or both. Here’s the difference according to Facebook ,and I’ll explain the pros and cons of each myself below. While building out our club directory and event calendar, we’ve seen the good, the bad and the ugly […]