Welcome to Boston Cornhole!  Our goal is to increase the presence of the exciting, fun game of cornhole in Boston and the Northeast.  Boston Cornhole promotes the game of cornhole with the organization of Leagues, Tournaments, and Special Events at local venues.

For more information, write us at bostoncornhole@gmail.com or call us at (857) 225-2302

Upcoming Events:
Mixx 360 - Malden, MA - Wednesdays beginning October 24th at 6:30 PM
Triple Threat Throwdown - Pawtucket, RI - Saturday, January 5th 2019 at 12 PM

Chris Tornatola is the 2018 Player of the Year!

posted Dec 30, 2018, 8:56 PM by Boston Cornhole   [ updated Dec 30, 2018, 9:04 PM ]

The Year of the...Tornado!
Top of the Podium

It's Back to Back Team of the Year Recognition for Grew and Prew!

posted Dec 30, 2018, 11:57 AM by Boston Cornhole

Let's face it, Charlie and Tim were the best in New England in 2018!
Grew and Prew hit the Bullseye again!
Team of the Day?

The Triple Threat Throwdown is the 2018 Tournament of the Year!

posted Dec 27, 2018, 10:01 PM by Boston Cornhole   [ updated Dec 27, 2018, 10:05 PM ]

Jesus had the three wise men, we have the three ACL Pros!
MFer, Grew, and Prew strike the pose!

2018 - The Year in Review!

posted Dec 27, 2018, 2:35 PM by Boston Cornhole

So much cornhole, so much fun!

Five Reasons to Play Cornhole at Mixx 360!

posted Nov 12, 2018, 9:30 AM by Boston Cornhole

Wednesdays at 6:30 PM

Not so long ago I received an email and saw some chatter on facebook that people in Malden were looking for a place to pitch some bags. Well, thanks to Darci Walcott, Mixx 360 is that place and bags now fly on Wednesdays at 6:30 PM!  You probably don't need me to tell you to go and play cornhole, but I will anyway!  Here are five reasons to hit the club on Wednesdays!

1.  It's a New Location

That means new faces and the early returns say that there are quite a few!  Some of you will develop into top players, all of you will have fun.  Welcome!

2.  It's a Great Mixx of Players

Pun intended!  While the majority so far have been backyard baggers, we'll also see some big dogs on the prowl.  Not to worry though, because the blind draw format is perfect and proven for integrating players of all abilities.  Newbies may not win that often, but you'll always learn something from the veterans.  That's a promise!

3.  Same Cornhole as on TV!

Rest assured with Boston Cornhole on board providing equipment and consulting, you will be playing with quality boards and in sync with the game's latest trends!  An early question asked why players were allowed to bring their own bags?  The answer is simple, that's the current direction of the game at all levels and we embrace it!

4.  No Strings Attached Fun!

We would love to see you each and every week, but no big deal if you have to miss a few evenings.  The weekly blind draws are independent and non-committal!  Who knows, you may hate it...but we think you'll be back!

5.  It's a Great Value!

With roots in the backyard, cornhole should not be expensive to play.  At Mixx 360, $10 or less gets you into the show, some complimentary pizza, and the opportunity to win generous cash prizes!  We know there are lots of great choices out there to pitch bags and hope our player-friendly format convinces you to give us a go!

Get Ready for a HOLE lot of Fun in Wilmington!

posted Oct 10, 2018, 10:23 AM by Boston Cornhole   [ updated Oct 10, 2018, 12:03 PM ]

Cornhole League begins October 18th

Yes, I am stealing John Moran's "corny" lines and will shamelessly borrow his league format too.  But, don't worry, I won't be growing a beard and hopefully I won't botch posting the standings each week!  Joking aside, one thing I cannot criticize is the Ocean State Cornhole League format that is drawing raves from Worcester to Pawtucket.  Multiple matches, multiple partners, and a format where every bag matters...I like it!  And in my not so humble opinion, the weekly sparring that goes down at Boundary Brewhouse is one of the reasons Charles Prew and Freddie Schulz have been nearly untouchable as of late.  Like it or not, the blog doesn't lie and the South has been trumping the North!  So, help me help you by joining version 3.0 of the Wilmington K of C Cornhole League!

If you are living that cornhole life, then you already know that there's no monogamy in cornhole!  Thus, it is very fitting that our partner-swap format originates south of Boston.  Check out the highlights below and the entire 411 on the league page.
  • $70/person to Enter ($73 with credit card) | 36 person limit
  • 7 Week League | Bags fly at 7:30 PM on Thursdays
  • Blind draw for multiple partners each week; minimum of 3 partners per night
  • 6 matches per night guaranteed
  • Bring Your Own Bags (BYOB)
  • 80% Cash Payout
  • Those paid in full by Week 1 are automatically entered into Opening Night Slide-Rite raffle!

So many reasons to play Tournament Tuesdays in Burlington!

posted Jul 15, 2018, 8:20 AM by Boston Cornhole

Bags fly in beautiful Burlington on Tuesdays

We are in our third summer season at 3rd Ave in Burlington and things could not be going better.  I could gush for hours about all of the things I love about Tournament Tuesdays, but let's focus on the top five!

1.  It's FREE to play - weekly cornhole the way it should be!  Bring the family, your girlfriend, boyfriend or both!  Having a good time does not need to have a price tag.  You may be forced to listen to some bad jokes, but that should not deter you!

2.  FREE Pizza - it's not just free cornhole, but free pizza too!  Osteria Nino provides the warm welcome and hot pizza each week.  Food on them, drinks on you!

3.  Low Key - No points, no cash games, no hassles!  Just come get at it for two hours whenever you can.

4.  You will get better - Just because this is a social event, doesn't mean we don't compete!  Play weekly and you will improve.  Play with and against some state champions and you will become great!

5.  Summer on the Green - Enough said.  Come experience it for yourself.  If you are able to win a tournament, you'll get gift cards to 3rd Ave's finest shops and restaurants!

Looking for cornhole equipment? Look no further!

posted May 28, 2018, 7:08 AM by Boston Cornhole   [ updated May 28, 2018, 10:53 AM ]

As we head into summer, cornhole season is in full swing!  Boston Cornhole has partnered with Custom Cornhole Company in Burlington, MA for all your cornhole needs.  Buy the equipment and brand we use at our tournaments!

Boston Cornhole Tournament Boards
Brand:  Custom Cornhole Company
  • 4'x2' Regulation Boards with 3/4" Deck
  • Black Boston Cornhole Logo
  • $225 + MA Sales Tax 
  • Allow 2-3 weeks for production
  • Local Pickup in Boston area

Custom Cornhole Boards
Brand:  Custom Cornhole Company
  • 4'x2' Regulation Boards with 3/4" Deck
  • Prices begin at $250
  • Email bostoncornhole@gmail.com with design information and we will provide a price quote.
  • Allow 3-4 weeks for production
  • Local Pickup in the Boston area

Pro Cornhole Bags
Dual Sided Bags from Custom Cornhole Company
  • Resin-filled
  • Slick Canvas
  • Stick Suede
$50 + MA Sales Tax
Local Pickup in Boston area
We will contact you for color preferences after purchase.  Allow one week for production.

Some things change, some things don't!

posted May 27, 2018, 5:25 AM by Boston Cornhole   [ updated May 27, 2018, 5:32 AM ]

Blake and Cole win their 2nd at Fenway

If you want something done...you have to score more than 17 points!  I would have liked to complete that sentence differently, but you can't always get what you want.  However, Blake Sparrow and Cole Mason did exactly what they set out to do despite mother nature's curveball.  Congrats to the Side Bar duo as they repeated as Fenway Cornhole Classic Champs with an undefeated run!  That's six victories in six attempts by teams from Florida at a tournament held in Boston.  That may be the most bizarre statistic in cornhole history!  Chris Baril and Scott Pelletier finished second as Chris airmailed them to one spot shy of the winner's circle.  The last step on the podium was claimed by Andy Gomes and Jeff Bachand.

Familiar faces returned to the top, but talent was scattered across the brackets creating the deepest field ever at the Classic!  Even without some of the top area teams, New England cornhole is alive and well!  And let's not forget my favorite team of helpers consisting of Raul Serrano, John Moran, Shane O'Hara, Chad Leverone, and JC Peters.  Thank you for once again making the Fenway Cornhole Classic a terrific event!  See you next year!

1st:  Blake Sparrow and Cole Mason
  • $500 Cash Prize
  • Two ticket upgrade to premium area for 9/9 game
  • Exclusive viewing of Batting Practice from on field
  • Scoreboard recognition during the game
2nd:  Chris Baril and Scott Pelletier
  • $250 Cash Prize
  • Two autographed baseballs
3rd:  Jeff Bachand and Andy Gomes
  • $100 Cash Prize
  • $50 Aramark Bucks
4th:  Brian McGee and Joe Regan
  • Heimlich Training

Strength in numbers may finally lead to a local Fenway Victory!

posted Apr 30, 2018, 7:53 AM by Boston Cornhole

The Sixth Edition of The Fenway Cornhole Classic is May 19th

There are tales of Massachusetts teams traveling to Connecticut and New York to win 20-hour tournaments against good competition.  But, there is also the disappointment of five Fenway Cornhole Classics and no New England trips to the Winner's Circle.  Perhaps the criticism is not fair as the state of Florida has fielded All-Star teams each of the previous five years.  Will they do the same this year?  I don't know as I have not yet seen the roster.  Regardless, I think this year will be different.  I even say this knowing that New England's top two teams will not be in attendance.  Why the optimism?  I have been playing more lately from the North Shore down to Pawtucket, RI and the depth of the cornhole talent is staggering.  With the growth in Maine, Connecticut, and New Hampshire, a New England victory is inevitable!

Of course, anyone is welcome to prove me right or wrong as limited space is still available.  Register today and book your spot!  I have the utmost confidence in my right arm, do you?

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