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Toss for a Cause

Our 2nd Annual Double Elimination Cornhole Tournament is Saturday, April 6th, 2024

Are you ready? Because we are!

This year we have a new location... Toss for a Cause will be at the Dennis A. Wicker Civic and Conference Center on 1801 Nash Street, Sanford. This is a Rain or Shine Event since we will be playing inside! Doors open at 10:00 AM and the end time will all depend on how many teams register.

Interested in being a Sponsor?

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Interested in being a Vendor?

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Don't want to play? No worries!

Attend for FREE

Interested in playing? Keep reading...

We will have TWO DIVISIONS this year!

Backyard Beginner Division and Competitive Division

$CASH$ Prize for 1ST Place in EACH Division

Backyard Beginner Division

Check-In at 10:00 AM and Bags Fly at 11:00 AM

Competitive Division

Check-In at 11:00 AM and Bags Fly at 12:00 PM

Registration Information

Team Fee is $50

One Registration is for ONE Team

Which consists of TWO people

 

Three Ways to Register

  • On this page! Keep Scrolling

  • Registration Form

  • Scoreholio (​​link is pending)

Make sure you submit your Team Fee within 24 hours of submitting the Registration Form.​ Registration is not complete until payment has been submitted.

IF you don't register through Scoreholio, no worries!

You will be added manually to the Scoreholio App and will be able to use the App to keep track of Teams.

Registration ends April 3rd, 2024 at 8:00 AM​​

P.S.
Paying through Schoreholio and on this page will include Services and Processing Fees.
If you would like not to have the additional fees, we suggest the Registration Form.

Questions?

Contact Yesi De Santiago

Call (919) 774-9496 ext. 105

Email yesid@pfcf.org

Team Registration
Team Registration
Doors open at 10:00 am
Sanford
Register before DATE PENDING to get a T-Shirt at Check-In

Important Information

  • A team consists of TWO people.

  • The tournament will be following the American Cornhole Association (ACA) official game rules.

  • The cornhole boards are placed 27 feet apart from front edge to front edge.

  • Cornhole Equipment

    • Official Cornhole Equipment will be used.

    • Cornhole boards 2-ft. x 4-ft. The hole positioned 9-in. from the top of the board, with a 6-in diameter. 

    • Each team will have four cornhole bags. Cornhole bags will be 6-in x 6-in. and weigh approximately 1 pound.

  • Cornhole Rules

    • Players pitch their bags in an underhand motion from the pitcher's box next to each side of the board.

    • Players alternate turns tossing their cornhole bags toward the opposite board.

    • After each team has pitched four bags, players take score, and resume pitching to the opposite board

  • Cornhole Scoring

    • A cornhole bag that

      • goes through the hole is worth 3 points.

      • lands on the board and stays there is worth 1 point.

      • lands on the ground or bounces onto the board is worth 0 points.

    • Cancellation Scoring: Only one team can score points per inning. The team with the higher score cancels out the points of the opposing team in that inning.

    • Points Calculation: The team with the higher score in an inning earns the difference in points. For instance, if Team A scores 5 points and Team B scores 2 points in an inning, Team A earns 3 points for that inning.

  • Court Dimensions

    • A cornhole court shall be a level rectangular area 10-12 feet wide and a minimum of 40-45 feet long. The court consists of two cornhole boards, designated pitcher's boxes, and foul lines.

  • Pitcher's Box

    • The pitcher's box is a rectangle 4 feet by 3 feet at each end of the court, parallel with, and on both sides of the boards. Each player must remain in the pitcher's box while pitching a cornhole bag.

  • Foul Lines

    • There are two sets of foul lines: open adult play and junior play for children 12 and under. The adult foul lines shall be defined as an imaginary line 27 feet between the front of each board. The junior-play foul lines shall be defined as an imaginary line 12-15 between the front of each board. Physically impaired adults or seniors may observe the 12-15 foot foul lines if agreed by all contestants. The foul line should be parallel to the front of the opposite board to meet ACA guidelines.

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