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The best players in the World.
The biggest Cornhole Party.

AT A GLANCE

ACO World Championships
of Cornhole 14

July 2-6, 2019

QUALIFY TO COMPETE

Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino

Limited Space – Reserve your rooms today!
Call with Discount Code: SACO9R
(702) 732-5111

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5 Day Event for players, spectators and the whole family, including fun Game Challenges, vendors, player meet & greets and more!

ACO competitive Divisions include: World Singles & Doubles, Women’s Singles, World Seniors, World Juniors, CoEd and The World Tailgator Championships, with Cash and Prizes!

Event is Free for Spectators

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HERE’S WHAT HAPPENS AT WORLDS:

STAY

Opening day: TUESDAY July 2, 2019
Closing evening: SATURDAY July 6, 2019

WESTGATE RESORT & CASINO

3000 Paradise Road, Las Vegas, Nevada 89109

Mon – Thurs:
Room rates from $50/night + $10 resort fee = $60

Fri – Sat:
Room rates from $70/night + $17 resort fee = $87

Limited Space – RESERVE YOUR ROOM(S) TODAY

Call with Discount Code: SACO9R
Or Book Online: https://book.passkey.com/go/SACO9R

PLAY

The ACO offers two tournaments at Worlds that are open to all players with no qualifying needed. Just choose your tournament and pay-to-play!

Tailgator World Championships 2019

The Ultimate Cornhole Experience. Play in the Tailgaitor Championships at Worlds 14. Package includes 5 Nights stay at the Westgate Casino, 2 Player Jerseys, 2 ACO Memberships for Season 15, a chance to win Trophy and Prizes, 2 entries to ACO Majors for Season 15, and 2 Subscriptions to the ACO Digital Network.

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COMPETE

ACO Worlds Divisions are open to ACO Pros and any player that qualifies by participating in a minimum number of ACO Majors or other tournaments during the season leading up to Worlds.

Participation in Tournaments to Qualify for Worlds 14

To qualify for competition in the ACO World Championships of Cornhole 14, each player must participate in the minimum number of points earning events.

Any combination of Majors, Regionals (1 Regional per month counts), Conference Championships, or State Championships over the course of ACO Season 14 counts for each Division in which they would like to compete at Worlds 14.

In order to qualify for competition in ACO Worlds 14, you need to participate in at least 4 points earning tournaments within each Division you want to compete in at Worlds. Qualifying Divisions include: Singles, Doubles, Womens, Seniors, Juniors, Coed.

Each player must have a Golden ticket to participate in ACO Worlds

A Golden Ticket grants a player entry into every Division in which they qualify

Golden Ticket pricing is based on a player’s participation in separate points earning events. Any combination of Majors, Regionals (1 Regional per month counts), Conference Championships, or State Championships

4 – 5 points earning events = $250

6 or more points earning events = $125

Guaranteed Spots

Only top players/teams on the ACO Standings will be guaranteed spots at the ACO Worlds 14. Space may open for additional players/teams who have reached the minimum number of points earning events if space remains

Guaranteed spots:

Top 256 players in the ACO World Singles Standings
Top 128 teams in the ACO World Doubles Standings
Top 64 players in the ACO World Seniors Standings
Top 64 players in the ACO World Womens Standings
Top 64 players in the ACO World Juniors Standings
Top 64 teams in the ACO World Coed Standings
Top 128 players in the ACO World Blind Draw Standings

To Qualify for the ACO Blind Draw

To play in the Blind Draw Divisional Championship bracket at Worlds, a player must end ACO Season 14 in the top 128 of the Blind Draw Standings

All players outside the top 128 can participate in the Big Blind Draw

How to get into the Singles Championship Brackets at Worlds

192 total players are allowed in the Championship Bracket for the ACO World Singles Division at Worlds

Top 40 (CornyForty) from the ACO World Singles Standings will bypass the RPI at the Worlds and be placed directly into the ACO World Singles Championship bracket

The top 8 players from each Conference’s Singles Standings who are not already in the CornyForty will bypass the RPI at the Worlds and be placed directly into the ACO World Singles Championship bracket – Max of 88 players

A minimum of 64 players will qualify through the RPI at the Worlds and be placed into the ACO World Singles Championship bracket

How to get into the Doubles Championship Brackets at Worlds

96 total teams are allowed in the Championship Bracket for the ACO World Doubles Division at Worlds

Top 20 (TopGun Twenty) from the ACO World Doubles Standings will bypass the RPI at the Worlds and be placed directly into the ACO World Doubles Championship bracket

The top 4 teams from each Conference’s Doubles Standings who are not already in the TopGun Twenty will bypass the RPI at the Worlds and be placed directly into the ACO World Doubles Championship bracket – Max of 44 teams

A minimum of 32 teams will qualify through the RPI at the Worlds and be placed into the ACO World Singles Championship bracket

ACO WORLDS HISTORY

Worlds 13 Champions

Season 13   July 2018   Montgomery, AL

ACO World Singles Championships

Top four (4) players World Singles:

  1. Ryan Windsor – IL
  2. Tanner Halbert – FL
  3. Matt Guy – KY
  4. Bret Guy – KY

Top four (4) players in Tier 2 World Singles:

  1. Rob Guthary – SC
  2. Johnny Lang – KY
  3. Derrick Mentzer – PA
  4. Ethan Morgan – IL

Top four (4) players in Tier 3 World Singles:

  1. Matthew Morton – VA
  2. Jake Childs – FL
  3. Billy Young – GA
  4. Jeremy Jacobs – IL

Top four (4) players in Tier 4 World Singles:

  1. Brian Bailey – KY
  2. Brianna Crosco – MD
  3. Bobby Kimrey – MO
  4. Todd Crosco – MD

ACO World Doubles Championships

Top four (4) teams in World Doubles:

  1. Guy (KY) / Guy (KY)
  2. Sutton (MO) / Windsor (IL)
  3. Corprew (NC) / Uransky (VA)
  4. Graham (NC) / Holland (NC)

Top four (4) teams in Tier 2 World Doubles:

  1. Cromer (MD) / Mallonee (MD)
  2. Cameron (VA) / Cameron (VA)
  3. Cross (IN) / Dawson (IN)
  4. Stevens (IL) / Webb (IL)

Top four (4) teams in Tier 3 World Doubles:

  1. Gregory (TN) / Smothers (KY)
  2. Brandle (KY) / Gregory (KY)
  3. Priest (IN) / Quilter (IN)
  4. Perkins (MI) / Singleton (MI)

Slyder Cup – Social

Top four (4) teams

  1. Toss 21
  2. Kzoo Cornhole
  3. Free Money
  4. Skooterz

Slyder Cup – Pro

Top four (4) teams

  1. Chair City
  2. Beer Belly Bags
  3. Here For Beer
  4. FL-VA Line

ACO World Juniors Championship

Top four (4) players:

  1. Michael Avery (NC)
  2. Erick Davis (NC)
  3. Kenzie Beach (VA)
  4. CJ Slugantz (KY)

ACO World Womens Championship

Top four (4) players

  1. Courtney Coy (IL)
  2. Samantha Finley (FL)
  3. Kaylee Hunter (NC)
  4. Katherine Kennedy (VA)

ACO World Seniors Championship

Top four (4) players

  1. Daymon Dennis (KY)
  2. Chuckie Love (OH)
  3. Mike Schaffer (OH)
  4. Philip Haydon (KY)

Worlds XII Champions

Season 12   July 2017   Owensboro, KY

ACO World Singles Championships

Top four (4) players:

  1. Jamie “KING” Graham – North Carolina 
  2. Ryan Windsor – Illinois
  3. Matt Guy – Kentucky
  4. Erick Davis  – North Carolina 

Top four (4) players in Tier 2 World Singles:

  1. Danny Seals – Kentucky
  2. Ronnie Hileman – Virgiinia
  3. Brad Tucker – Kentucky
  4. Steven Bernacet – Indiana

Top four (4) players in Tier 3 World Singles:

  1. Branden Davis – North Carolina
  2. Paula Stevens – Virginia
  3. Eddie Justus – West Virginia
  4. Ryan Johnson – Florida

Top four (4) players in Tier 4 World Singles:

  1. Scott Phillips – Oregon
  2. Tanner Dinges – Virginia
  3. Katie Beason – Florida
  4. Mike Ferreira – Massachusetts 

ACO World Doubles Championships

Top four (4) teams:

  1. Herrara (IL) / Windsor (IL)
  2. Avery (NC) / Avery (NC)
  3. Corley (FL) / Poythress (NC)
  4. Zocklein (KY) / Blair (KY)

Top four (4) teams in Tier 2 World Doubles:

  1. Camba (VA) / Stout (VA)
  2. Justus (WV) / Justus (WV)
  3. Tate (VA) / Cecil (VA)
  4. Jacobson (VA) / Smith (VA)

Top four (4) teams in Tier 3 World Doubles:

  1. Vonch (IN) / Seals (KY)
  2. Peterson (OH) / Mayes (OH)
  3. Villareal (IN) / Ellis (IN)
  4. Quilter (IN) / Priest (IN)

Top four (4) teams in Tier 4 World Doubles:

  1. Stelter (IL) / Bernacet (IN)
  2. Kase (KY) / English (KY) 
  3. Rager (MI) / Rager (MI)
  4. Webber (NC) / Byrd (NC)

ACO World Womens Championship

Top four (4) players

  1. Christine Papcke – Ohio
  2. Kamryn Belvin – Virginia
  3. Rosie Streker – Florida
  4. Paula Stevens – Virginia

ACO World Seniors Championship

Top four (4) players:

  1. Daymon Dennis
  2. Chuckie Love
  3. Mike Schaffer
  4. Philip Haydon

ACO World Juniors Championship

Top four (4) players:

  1. Erick Davis – North Carolina
  2. Duncan Clemmer – North Carolina
  3. Bobby Morris, JR. – North Carolina
  4. Kenzie Beach – Virginia

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