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The book on everything Cornhole

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Sooner or later it had to happen. Just as fine reads on horseshoes, Frisbee golf, shuffleboard or any one of the plentiful sporting activities that have become all the rage in this country, a book on cornhole was destined to ensue.

Ever wonder what terms like “Airmail”, “Dirty Bag”, “Put it in the basement” refer to? Or perhaps the word “Cornhole” itself? Did you know there are professional “cornholers” who travel the country competing in cornhole tournaments for cash and prizes? Want to construct your own cornhole boards? What about learning how to improve your game from the folks at MyCornCoach?

Cornhole: Throwing Bags in a Hole” by Mark Rogers has answered these questions and a lot more. The one and only book on cornhole, which will launch the week of Thanksgiving 2010, will certainly make a superb gift idea for the upcoming holidays or for anybody who merely loves to play the sport. Visit MyCornCoach to pick up your copy now!

Rogers, author of “52 Greatest Moments World Series of Poker” and member of the American Cornhole Organization (ACO) and American Cornhole Association (ACA) has competed against the pinnacle players in cornhole and has enjoyed close relationships with some of the most influential, passionate personalities the sport has amassed.

The timing for this enlightening, cleverly documented 200 page softcover couldn’t be better. The sport of cornhole comes with many names: Bag Toss, Bags, Tailgate Toss, Soft Horseshoes and countless more. This budding sport, even though people have been playing it for more than two decades, is practically unknown outside of the Midwestern states. But, over the last ten years or so cornhole seems to be turning the corner and emerging in conversations reaching the West coast. The sport is ripe for an explosion in recognition and there are exciting things in store for cornhole as top leaders are diligently working to make the sport more enjoyable for both amateur and competitive players.

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