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Project by Timothy posted 2079 days ago 6845 views 2 times favorited 12 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Corn hole boards made from half inch birch plywood and three quarter inch pine. Majority of the was spent copying the Deere logo. Boards are finished with a clear coat spray paint.





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Dusty56

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#1 posted 2079 days ago

These are awesome , but we need to change the name ! LOL : )

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Quint

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#2 posted 2079 days ago

I moved from New York to Ohio in 2000 and the first time someone asked me if I wanted to come over for cornhole, I have to admit, I let them know where I stood…

With that said, once I found out what it was I got pretty good at throwing the old corn bag. I just made a set for myself last month. They are plain white at the moment. I’m pondering adornment options. Funny thing is my wife made the bags for my birthday like 2 years ago AND she bought me the sheet of 3/4” plywood that I just lugged with me when we moved to Georgia. I need to stop procrastinating…

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Dan'um Style

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#3 posted 2079 days ago

My old boss Larry Flatt, in McMinnville TN, would want one. He is a big John Deere collector.

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clieb91

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#4 posted 2079 days ago

Tim, They look good. Nice job on the logo.

CtL

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Rob Drown

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#5 posted 2079 days ago

Nice work. Looks like fun!! Are there standard dimensions?

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#6 posted 2079 days ago

nice work

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Bigbuck

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#7 posted 2079 days ago

Cool, we play a simular game called washers with a board that has 3 holes.

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Callum Kendall

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#8 posted 2079 days ago

Great job!

Thanks for the post

Callum

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trifern

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#9 posted 2079 days ago

Nice looking corn hole. Thanks for sharing.

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Timothy

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#10 posted 2078 days ago

Rob, There are standard dimensions. Boards are 2’x4’ with a 6” hole centered 9” from the top. The back of the board is to be 12” high and the front is to be 2”- 4” high. The corn hole association website tells you everything you need to know in their rules.

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RusticBru

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#11 posted 2078 days ago

Wow, Left a huge smile on my face. Great corn hole. My wrinkles ARE from smiling..nice project!

Bruce

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#12 posted 965 days ago

Ok, just found my next project. Except it’ll have UK (University of Kentucky) on it. I have driven many a John Deere, but I bleed blue.

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