Cornhole Community



TOTEM POLE CORNHOLE

By Spirit of the Fair

Fundraising Cornhole Tournaments

Currently Playing in & Serving Southern Oregon

Below you will find all kinds of Great Resources and Images of the Spirit of the Fair Cornhole Community in Southern Oregon. We are working hard to bring you Year-Round Tournaments, which has officially begun! Make sure to check out the sections below and don’t forget to join the Cornhole Community to Stay Up-to-Date with all Spirit of the Fair News and Information. We don’t want you to miss out!

It’s the Moment We’ve All Been Waiting For! The Boys and Girls Club in Grants Pass is allowing us to utilize their facility for Cornhole Tournaments & After School Programs (Summer 2022) to connect, engage and impact the local community as well as to help raise funds for their program. We also utilize Cornhole to raise money for local Veteran and other nonprofit organizations.

Not in Southern Oregon? Join the Spirit of the Fair Cornhole Community and Help Us Get Started in Your Area


FIRST THINGS FIRST

Get Out of the House + Play Cornhole + Meet New People = Have Fun!

There’s no better reason to get out of the house than to go have fun with friends. Cornhole is one of those sports that have gained in popularity over recent years for multiple reasons — it’s easy to learn, it’s easy to play, it’s fairly inexpensive, it’s portable and of course, it’s a lot of fun to play! It can be played just about anywhere and is very inexpensive in relation to other sports. Many people even choose to build their own custom sets.

Once you have made the decision to get out of the house to play Cornhole, now you need people to play with! You can play and practice by yourself, but it’s never going to be as much fun.



CORNHOLE TOURNAMENTS

Tournaments are held at Spirit of the Fair Charity Fundraiser events. Click the button below to view and register for upcoming tournaments. All tournaments are Any Combination of Players on Teams, Bracket, Double Elimination and the Minimum Age is 9 (accompanied by an adult). Cash Top 3 Teams.
Click here to read full tournament rules.

Follow us on Facebook or Instagram for updates: @spiritofthefair



UPCOMING EVENTS

Weekly & Quarterly Cornhole Tournaments, RC Racing Tournaments & More!

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We are currently working on more Spirit of the Fair Charity Fundraisers in Southern Oregon.

Follow us on Facebook or Instagram for updates: @spiritofthefair



NONPROFIT FUNDRAISING

All Spirit of the Fair Cornhole Tournaments benefit nonprofit organizations. Our primary focus is on youth and Veteran nonprofits. Currently, Cornhole is helping to raise funds for the Boys and Girls Club in Grants Pass and Ride for 22Veteran Suicide Prevention. They are a group of bikers who passionately assist Veterans with their mental well-being. Feel free to visit their website to learn more about what they do and to make a direct donation anytime.

We also have multiple other youth and Veteran Nonprofit Partner 501(c)(3) Organizations.



GET INVOLVED

Get information about Spirit of the Fair Events, Fundraisers and the Cornhole CommunityUpcoming Weekly and Quarterly Tournaments.

Join the Spirit of the Fair Cornhole Community. We’ll keep you Up-to-Date with News and Registration Information for the next event and tournament starting near you.


Photos by Stone Parrish Photography



CONRHOLE TOURNAMENT INFO & RULES

Tournament Times: Start times vary; usually mornings around 10 – Noon. (Arrive at least 30 minutes early for registration). Tournaments usually take about 4 hours with short breaks in between games.
Locations: Vary. Currently in Southern Oregon.
Tournament Structure: Bracket, Double Elimination
Entry Fees: $10 or $20 / Person
Prizes: Cash – Top three teams split 50% of total entry fees (1st Place: 25%, 2nd Place: 15%, 3rd Place 10%)
Rules: Official American Cornhole Association Rules
App: Scoreholio | Facebook | Download: [Apple] [Google]
Number of Teams: 32 Teams Maximum (64 people max) – Due to bracket tournament structure, the number of teams for a double elimination tournament is limited to factors of 32. If there are enough extra sets and enough extra people, we will create an additional bracket or a single elimination tournament.
Team Structure: 2 People / Team – If you are by yourself, we will assign you to a team. If you decide to add a teammate later, add a note with the team and partner’s names during checkout of the second teammate.
Team Names: Submit your team name at the time of registration. If you forget, you can email it to us here.
Age Requirement: Minimum 18 years (Unless accompanied by adults. Minimum 9 years. Adults must register.)
Registration: Online and in-person prior to the tournament (cash only – day of tournament)
Nonprofits: Veteran or Youth Nonprofit 501(c)(3) Organizations
Parking: Space is always limited. When necessary, there will be a drop-off spot and we will work to provide a shuttle service to make it easier to get back and forth.
What to Bring: Chairs, Ice Chests, Snacks, Umbrellas, Extra Cornhole Sets.
Extra Cornhole Sets: Feel free to bring any extra Cornhole sets to practice on, to share with others and so that we may be able to add extra people to the tournament. There will never be enough Cornhole sets.
Alcohol: We will always do our best to accommodate responsible drinking for ages 21 and over. Check event details.
What Not to Bring: Pop-up Tents, Loud Music, Smoke
Booking / Cancellation / Refunds: No later than 10pm the night prior to the start of the event.