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Texas Cornhole League Cornhole Bag Charts

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Bag Force Values

DATA CHANGE NOTICE

We have said bye bye to 'speed' language and changed our to data to represent a bag's scientific force values (the amount of force it takes to move a bag across a surface). See our reasoning on the About the Measurements page under the "Force Values vs. Perceived Speed" headline. This has resulted in a different way to read the chart. See updated notes below.

The data in the table below illustrates each cornhole bag's force values. Force values describe how much force is required to slide a bag across a surface or how much force it takes to move a bag from standing still. 

Reading the Chart

  • The closer the value is to 1, the less force it takes (in general this correlates to faster).

  • The higher the value and closer to 10, the more force it needs (in general this correlates to slower).

  • The bar extending from the point is the range for that bag.

Flop

This table shows the average flop of each series.
 

Reading the Chart

  • The closer the value is to zero, the floppier the bag.

  • The higher the value, the stiffer the bag.

 

For example, the Ultra Loosey-X has a flop value 1.89/10. This bag will be more likely to deform while sliding between bags or fall into the hole.

Whereas the Feist Bags Sassy has a flop or 9.04/10. The Sassy will be more likely to clog the hole and be better for pushing.

Bag Width

This table shows the horizontal, and vertical widths for each series of cornhole bag.

There are some bags that are intentionally made to push the ACL bag standards. For example, Local Bags Rebel bags are designed to be small.

Smaller bags will be able to fit through gaps between bags easier. Whereas, larger bags will be better for blocking the hole.

The black tick mark in the legend represents 6 inches.

 

Bag Weight

 

This table shows each series' average weight in ounces. 

Reading the Chart

  • The higher the value, the heavier the bag.

  • The lower the value, the lighter the bag. 

For example, the heaviest bags are the Cornhole Scenario Cat 2 and the Scoreholio Circuit series. Several of Ultra's series are on the bottom end of the ACL bag policy allowable weight range.

The black tick mark in the legend represents 16 ounces.

Bag Thickness

This table shows each series' average thickness in inches. 

Reading the Chart

  • The higher the value, the thicker the bag.

  • The lower the value, the thinner the bag. 

For example, the thickest bags are Prodigy Kornhole Street Slicks. Some of the thinner bags are the Razor Bags Spear, and Cornhole Solutions 77.

Thickness can be described as the "hand feel" of the bag. Thicker bags will fill your hand more. 

The tick mark in the legend represents 1.25 inches.

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