Cornhole

Sunday, June 26 

 

The Shamrock Club
60 West Castle Road, Columbus, Ohio 43207
https://www.shamrockclubofcolumbus.com/

For the 2023 National Senior Games, Cornhole will be classified as an “Open Sport.” Athletes do NOT need to qualify at a 2022 qualifying competition.

Cornhole is new to Ohio Senior Olympics, so we will be offering cornhole, but with less formality than with other sports.

Cornhole will take place from 1-4 p.m. We will play as much cornhole as we can in this timeframe.

Registration Information 

  • Registration for corn hole is in the Fuse System. Click the "register now" button.

Tournament Details

  • Check-in begins and boards open for warm up at 1:00 p.m.
  • The tournament begins at 2:00 p.m. 
  • We will only do a doubles competition. Teams may be two members of one gender or each member may be of a different gender.
  • The results of this competition will NOT be sent to NSGA as a qualifying event for the 2023 National Senior Games. For the 2023 National Senior Games, Cornhole will be classified as an “Open Sport.” Athletes do NOT need to qualify at a 2022 qualifying competition.
  • Tournament format will be determined by total number of registered teams in each age bracket.
  • Brackets will be posted here and an email will be sent to all registered athletes one week prior to the competition.
  • The age of the younger member of the team as of December 31, 2022 will determine the age group for competition.

Medal Ceremony

  • Medals will be presented by age group upon completion of the tournament.

Qualifying for National Senior Games

  • For 2023, Cornhole event will be classified as an “OPEN Sport”. Athletes do not need to qualify at a 2022 qualifier.

OSO Athlete Information

  • All details and events are subject to change based on registration numbers, weather conditions, venue availability, and other reasons. 
  • Withdrawals and no shows will negatively impact brackets and heats.  
  • Absolutely no day-of registration is permissible.  
  • ALL athletes competing in the Ohio Senior Olympics (OSO) are expected to read and comply with the:

Athlete Code of Conduct

State Competition Protest Policy 

General Rules for the State Games  

  • All rules, policies, and the code of conduct can be found on the OSO website: Ohio Senior Olympics Rules and Policies
  • Athletes should know and understand the rules specific to their sport. The OSO uses the rules book created by the National Senior Games Association for those sports that are offered at the National Senior Games. Rules for those events not offered at the National Senior Games are those of the official organizing body. 
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