Corntoss FAQ

How do I register?

  1. Visit yfals.als.net/atlanta/register and select your registration type
  2. Enter team information
  3. When you get to the section "Group Information", select "Yes I would like to join an EXISTING group". Then choose Dick's Devotees.
  4. Once you fill out all of the registration information, click "Continue" at the bottom of the page

What does it cost to register?

For those under 21, the entree fee is $40 per team (2 players per team). Each player is provided with 1 t-shirt.  
For those over 21, the entree fee in $70 per team (2 players per team). Each player is provided with 1 t-shirt and 1 drink.

If you would like to "just hang out" and not play, the entree fee is $15 per person.

Where is the event and how do I get there?

The event is being held at 5 Seasons Westside, located at 1000 Marietta Street, Atlanta, GA 30318. Directions can be found on Google Maps here, or on the 5 Seasons' website here.

Is there parking?

Please park in the parking garage behind the building. 

I can't come. Can I still fundraise?

Yes! Register here and select "Virtual Player". Please also consider donating.

How do you play corntoss?

Corntoss has been called many things: Bean Bag, Bean Toss, Soft Horseshoes, Indiana Horseshoes, to name a few. Whatever you call it, Corntoss is a lawn game in which players take turns throwing Corntoss bags (cotton bags filled with corn) at a raised platform with a hole in the far end. These platforms are usually made with plywood and are often painted or decorated with logos or images. A corn bag in the hole scores three points, while one on the platform scores one point. Play continues until a player reaches a score of 21.

Corntoss supposedly originated in Germany in the 14th century, and was then rediscovered in the hills of Kentucky over 100 years ago. No one really knows for sure, but the game is great fun for all ages and can be played anywhere!

The game is generally played tournament style with an individual or team being named the champion at the end of the tournament.

For rules on how to play Corntoss, please visit:
http://www.playcornhole.org/how.shtml