Cornhole

KC Crew is the Largest (and Best) league in Kansas City over 50,000 participants in the last 8 years. We offer full team, company, and free agent registrations for all 5 seasons (Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall, and Holiday). We offer Mixed leagues played at 27 feet for social/recreational or competitive players on different nights so there is always something for everyone..

WHAT’S INCLUDED

6 Regular Season Games, bags and boards provided

League monitor to answer question and enter scores

End of Season Tournament for those that qualify

Sponsor Bar Specials and Prizes (season specific)

Champion Medals & Prizes

DO YOU NEED A TEAM?

Get Drafted or Join a Team

Don’t have enough players to form a team? New in town or just can’t seem to find enough people to play? Free Agents can join a team, pay and when the team fills, you’re in! If it doesn’t fill we will ask you to move to another team that needs you or we will refund your money. There’s 3 ways to be a free agent

  1. Sign up to Be a Free Agent and wait for a team captain to draft you. You are not guaranteed to be a free agent
  2. Join a team. You can go look for public teams, join, pay and you are on the team.
  3. Create your own Public team which means any free agent can join or you can go draft free agents to make your own team.

DO YOU NEED A SUBS?

Join FB Group to Find Subs

Are you looking for subs, tournaments or teams to join? Our Facebook groups have hundreds of locals looking to play and meet you plus it’s a great way to find out about tournaments around the metro.

DO YOU NEED A TEAM?

Get Drafted or Join a Team

Don’t have enough players to form a team? New in town or just can’t seem to find enough people to play? Free Agents can join a team, pay and when the team fills, you’re in! If it doesn’t fill we will ask you to move to another team that needs you or we will refund your money. There’s 3 ways to be a free agent

  1. Sign up to Be a Free Agent and wait for a team captain to draft you. You are not guaranteed to be a free agent
  2. Join a team. You can go look for public teams, join, pay and you are on the team.
  3. Create your own Public team which means any free agent can join or you can go draft free agents to make your own team.

DO YOU NEED A SUBS?

Join FB Group to Find Subs

Are you looking for subs, tournaments or teams to join? Our Facebook groups have hundreds of locals looking to play and meet you plus it’s a great way to find out about tournaments around the metro.

DOWNTOWN LEAGUES

Sign up for leagues by choosing a day of the week, location, or skill level below. We offer Mixed leagues for recreational or competitive players on different nights so there is always something for everyone.

By Skill

Recreational players play for fun at 27 feet distance.

Competitive players play to win at 27 feet distance and all of our competitive leagues have a cash payout for 1st and 2nd.

LOCATIONS AND RULES

Cinder Block Brewery

Grinder’s Pizza

Rochester Brewing

Velo Garage & Tap House

SOUTH LEAGUES

Sign up for leagues by choosing a day of the week, location, or skill level below. We offer Mixed leagues for recreational or competitive players on different nights so there is always something for everyone.

By Skill

Recreational players play for fun at 27 feet distance.

Competitive players play to win at 27 feet distance and all of our competitive leagues have a cash payout for 1st and 2nd.

LOCATION AND RULES

LIMITLESS BREWING

GAMETIME DISTRICT

Tips and Tricks for Winning Consistently

Now that you know how the game of cornhole is played, you might just be interested in learning some of the tips and tricks of the game that can help you win consistently, thus giving you bragging rights among your friends. Here we have assembled just a select few of those tips:

If you’re just playing with the bags that came with the boards, then you might want to reconsider that. You see, the bags that come as a set with the boards are just your basic models. They’re not designed for serious players and really just meet the bare minimum for the occasional player. If you decide to upgrade your cornhole bags with some of higher quality, then you’ll likely see an improvement in your game performance at the same time.

Finding the Perfect Arc

When it comes to the perfect arc at which you should throw a cornhole bag there are various theories. However, for best results we suggest you throw at an arc of about 7-9 feet. Throwing the cornhole bag at an arc that is less than 7 feet will cause you to regularly slide the bag off the board. Similarly, throwing it higher than 9-10 feet may cause you to lose much of your control and accuracy, and end up with cornhole bags that simply bounce off the board—if they ever hit it in the first place. Finding an arc that is consistently between 7-9 feet, and then practicing that arc over and over until it becomes part of your muscle memory, will help you find the hole in the board much more often than not.

Finding the Perfect Arc

When it comes to the perfect arc at which you should throw a cornhole bag there are various theories. However, for best results we suggest you throw at an arc of about 7-9 feet. Throwing the cornhole bag at an arc that is less than 7 feet will cause you to regularly slide the bag off the board. Similarly, throwing it higher than 9-10 feet may cause you to lose much of your control and accuracy, and end up with cornhole bags that simply bounce off the board—if they ever hit it in the first place. Finding an arc that is consistently between 7-9 feet, and then practicing that arc over and over until it becomes part of your muscle memory, will help you find the hole in the board much more often than not.

Try Spinning the Bag

Believe it or not, a spinning cornhole bag is much easier to control than one that simply flies flat and even, like a knuckle ball in baseball. Much like a top is able to stay upright by spinning, a cornhole bag that is spun on the throw will land and stick to the cornhole board with greater accuracy, hence reducing the chance that it will simply slide of the board.

Proper Grip and Footwork

The proper grip and footwork can help you consistently score high in corn-hole. When gripping the bag, always use your four fingers placed underneath the bag, with your thumb in the top center portion. Start with both feet slightly together and your knees slightly bent. Then, as you swing your arm up and forwards towards your target, step with the same foot as your throwing arm, leaving your back leg planted for leverage. This is the same way many of the professional cornhole players grip the bag and stand—always with good results.

? Proper Grip and Footwork

The proper grip and footwork can help you consistently score high in corn-hole. When gripping the bag, always use your four fingers placed underneath the bag, with your thumb in the top center portion. Start with both feet slightly together and your knees slightly bent. Then, as you swing your arm up and forwards towards your target, step with the same foot as your throwing arm, leaving your back leg planted for leverage. This is the same way many of the professional cornhole players grip the bag and stand—always with good results.