Update: Cornholing on the 'Today' Show

Several Midwestern readers — who knew we had such things? — write in to inform us that cornhole means something very different in Ohio than it does here in New York. There's even a whole website devoted to their version of the activity, which apparently involves tossing beanbags, or something like that.

Still, we're glad to see (from the below diagram) that their kind, too, works in either singles or doubles play, has a special spot for the pitchers, and acknowledges that, though they can still participate, you've got to take it easier when playing with juniors.

Update: Cornholing on the 'Today' Show


How to Play Cornhole [American Cornhole Association]
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