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Cornhole Games: 4 Ways To Take Your 4th Of July BBQ To The Next Level

Cornhole Games: 4 Ways to Take Your 4th of July BBQ to the Next Level

It’s never too early to start planning for the 4th of July! After all, don’t all great birthday parties require some planning? We here at Cornhole Worldwide can’t think of a better time to play a few cornhole games than at your 4th of July party. If you’re looking to up the ante for this year’s 4th of July BBQ, we have a few cornhole-related ideas.

#1. Patriotic Cornhole Boards

Wow your friends and family with your exceptional patriotic pride with a cornhole set befitting of the U-S-of-A. Give ‘ol Glory a seat of honor on the lawn with the Two-Tone American Flag Cornhole Game (for a more vintage touch) or the Grunge American Flag Cornhole Boards for a rustic feel. Bring Uncle Sam into the mix with the Uncle Sam Cornhole Boards or the Uncle Sam Wants You Boards. If you’re among politically diverse folk, have your Democrats and Republicans face off with some friendly competition using the Democrat vs Republican Cornhole Boards. Or you could show off your state pride with a State Flag Cornhole Set!

#2. Military Cornhole Boards

Honor the vet in your life or pay tribute to your history of service with military cornhole boards. Whether you’re Army, Navy, Marine, Coast Guard or even 101st Airborne Divison, there’s a cornhole set with your name on it. There’s no better time than 4th of July to symbolize our hard-fought freedoms.

#3. Cornhole Variations

Everyone knows how to play the standard play-to-21 cornhole rules (and if they don’t, they have some s’plainin’ to do!). Take things up a notch by introducing your 4th of July partygoers to one of many exciting cornhole variations. Here are few you can play:

Win By Two. Play the standard rules until the very end of the game. If the first team is not up by at least two points, keep playing until someone is.

Cancellation Scoring. Each individual score cancels out another individual score. For example, a woody cancels out another woody, and so forth. Essentially, both teams will score each time. This makes for a much faster game overall.

Long Toss. This version is best for when a lot of people want to play. Two players face off with three tosses to see if they can score from a certain distance. The player with the lower score is eliminated. This is Round 1. In Round 2, the surviving player and a new competitor step further back and start again with three tosses. Continue until only one player remains. If no one scores in a round, do the round over.

#4. The Right Cornhole Accessories

You’re not messing around when it comes to playing cornhole on the 4th of July. That’s why you need more than just the standard regulation-size boards and bags. You need the right cornhole accessories to show America you mean business. Truly kick things up a notch with the Score Tower Drinkholder Combo – you and your guests can keep accurate score without compromising your beverage, all at the same time. And keep the the cornhole games going long after the fireworks have gone off with cornhole lights! This ensures that you don’t have to sacrifice cornhole for daylight.


Celebrate America with a day of exciting (and patriotic) cornhole games! Your 4th of July BBQ won’t be complete without them!

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