Somewhere along the way childhood bean bag toss turned into Cornhole, everyone's favorite backyard game. Nothing like some good tunes with great friends, a beer in hand, and tossing a bean bag with the other.

While Cornhole is often played pretty loosely in the average backyard, there are a few rules to follow if you want to be like the pros and yes, there are professional Cornhole players.

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As far as the equipment, according to Cornhole Worldwide, each Cornhole board should be 27 feet from each other and a legal Cornhole boar measures at 2' x' 4'. Each team gets 4 bags measuring at 6" x 6" with 1 pound of corn in each bag.

For gameplay, there must be two teams of two. Who plays first is determined by a coin toss. The tossing player may throw from anywhere as long as it's behind their own Cornhole box. Teams then alternate throws until all 8 bags have been thrown. You get 3 points if the bag goes throw the hole, 1 point if the bag stays on the surface of the board, 1 point of the bag is hanging in the hole, and 1 point of the bag is hanging off the edge but not touching the ground. The first team to 21 points wins.

With Cornhole growing in popularity, the Windsor Fair is getting in on the fun offering a full-blown tournament! The event is scheduled for Sunday, September 1st at 10 am.

The event is capped at 40 teams and the entry fee is $10 a person with the money being paid out to the top five teams.

Get all the details on the event page below!