Growing up I was addicted to playing horseshoes and it was a big part of all of my family's outdoor parties and reunions. I still love to play, but it seems it is not as popular as it used to be.  Seems folks are playing more cornhole these days. Cornhole is a blast to play.  Players take turns throwing 16-ounce bags of corn kernels at a raised platform with a hole in the far end. Straight in the hole is 3 points, If you land on the board it's 1 point.  Always fun with a beer or cold beverage nearby or in your hand.

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Join Us For Cornhole Friday

If you want to get serious about it there are cornholes leagues you can join in the Lansing area. Many bars in Michigan also have cornhole to enjoy with your friends. One is One North in Lansing.  I will be there this Friday night from 5 till 7 with your chance to win Luke Bryan tickets and Yes, there will be an Adult and Kids cornhole tournament so come on by and enjoy yourself with me Cadillac Jack, from the Caddy and Gray morning show on 100.7 WITL. Plenty of prizes and Live music and Tigers tickets to win.

Check Out This Cool Place To Play In a Tournament

Here is another event you may like if your love Cornhole, could be a fun family trip. A cornhole tournament is gonna happen at the National Cherry Festival. This is the first official cornhole tournament there says wilx.com. It will be at the beer tent area in the Open Space Park starting at noon on July 7.

  • Each team will play four games randomly against opponents
  • Teams record and points difference will determine seeding for a double-elimination tournament where there will be two tiers
  • Tier 1 will be the top 32 teams from the round-robin
  • Tier 2 will be the remaining teams

And check this out there is a $2,000 prize, and the top three teams will receive cash and prizes.

It's $40 per team, so register now online here. You can also sign up at the gate if there is still room.  Have a great time kids.

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