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November 2011

$20,000 ACO Vidalia Cornhole Cup

By | ACO News (from the ACO)

$20,000 ACO Vidalia Cornhole Cup to be first Masters Series Major on the 2012 ACO Tour

The American Cornhole Organization (ACO) is kicking off the 2012 ACO Cornhole season with its first tour stop in Vidalia, Georgia.

The ACO Vidalia Cornhole Cup – an ACO Masters Series Major – will have a $20,000 Purse Payout. The Tournament is scheduled for March 23 – 25th, 2012. It is the first of four Majors planned for the 2012 season.

In its inaugural year, the ACO Vidalia Cornhole Cup promises to attract cornhole players and enthusiasts from around Georgia and neighboring states. This event is open to cornhole players of all skill levels.

A player can enter the ACO Vidalia Cornhole Cup as a singles entrant, a doubles entrant, or a Crew – which is the best value. A Crew can enter the $20,000 ACO Vidalia Cornhole Cup challenge for $250 ($62.50 per Crew member). A Crew is given the opportunity to participate in all four cash payout events. These include: Luck of the Draw, Open Singles, Open Doubles, and Vidalia Cornhole Cup competition – a minimum of 8 guaranteed games for all Crew members.

The Crew competition is points-based concept developed exclusively by the ACO. A Crew consists of four cornhole players accumulating points based on each player’s finish in the Open Singles and each of the teams finish in the Open Doubles. The Crew with the lowest overall point total wins the coveted ACO Vidalia Cornhole Cup.

Inquire to the ACO if you are interested in running a qualifying tournament for this event.

For more information about the ACO Vidalia Cornhole Cup or anything ACO visit or call Kortney 888-563-2002.

About American Cornhole, LLC:
Established in 2005 and headquartered in Milford, Ohio. American Cornhole Organization, the ACO, is the governing body for the sport of corn hole. Offering official rules, sanctioned products, tournament listings, and comprehensive information about cornhole events.

About Vidalia, Georgia
Known around the world for its sweet onions, the Vidalia Area is full of local flavor – and we don’t just mean on the dinner plate. For more details visit –