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Cornhole Bag Speed Scales

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Cornhole bag speed scales

Different Bags, Different Speeds

One of the most asked questions when it comes to cornhole bags is how fast or slow are they? Not sure why every bag maker doesn’t have cornhole bag speed scales but unfortunately they don’t. But many of them do or have wised up and created them recently. The days of “just buy the bags and try them” are pretty much over.

With so many different bags on the market, we look to those with speed scales to give us the info we desperately seek before dropping our hard earned money on a set of bags we might not even like or that might not fit our playing style. Or, we just wait til our friends spend the money and try their bags.

There are also a couple sites that do bag reviews but are they really giving you the information you are looking for or just trying to give the bags the most praise as possible since they were probably given the bags for free. We, here at Cornhole Addicts, don’t do “reviews” but more of a First Impression.

You know, like when you get home and there is a package waiting for you. That initial reaction when you open it. And then we give you some details like how the bag feels in your hand, it’s weight, measurements and how it plays. We try to be as honest as possible so that you can make the right decision on which bag is best for you and your style of play.

I think the first step in choosing the right bag for you is determining if you like a traditional slick and stick bag or seek the speed of a fast and faster bag. So, we have taken the time to scour the internet and manufactures websites to bring you all the cornhole bag speed scales we have found.

The scales below will give you information about how fast or slow each side of the bag is and some even give you a flop or flex rating which is used to determine how easily it will drop in the hole when it gets near. We have them here in one central location so you don’t have to search and hunt for them. And as manufacturers create or add to them, we hope they will see the value in this post and send them to us.

If you are a beginner player and looking to purchase your first bag or if you are transitioning from corn bags into the world of professional double sided bags, check out our Beginners Guide to Cornhole Bags where we shed some light on the most popular bags out there today. We discuss some Pros and Cons of the bags, what each bag is best used for, and help you to make the most informed decision when buying a set of bags.

The Cornhole Bag Speed Scales

We decided to do away with the individual speed scales and create our own spreadsheet of different manufacturers bags so you can see all the bags in one place and compare. As bag makers give us their info, we will add them to the sheet and updated it.

Cornhole Bag Speeds


We sell Cornhole Bags by the biggest manufacturers:

AllCornhole –  Reynolds – Local Bags – Gladiator – Mutha Shuckers – Nature Coast Tailgating – West Georgia Cornhole – Pro Z Bags – Tampa Bay Cornhole

It can definitely be overwhelming trying to pick the perfect cornhole bag but we hope you are able to utilize the cornhole bag speed scales to narrow it down. As as many players and professionals will tell you, don’t just get 1.

If you plan to play in tournaments, it is recommended to have 2 sets of bags with you at all times. Bags and boards play different depending on the conditions. For more information on playing tournaments, visit the American Cornhole League website

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