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Coverage

Wednesday, July 3

Dale Tanner wins the ACO Certified Official shootout. Keith Blair 2nd, and Jeremiah Ellis 3rd.

Slyder Cup (Conference) winners: Kentuckiana Team with Keith Blair, Eric Zocklein, Matt Guy, Bret Guy, Terry Mathis

Thursday, July 4

Womens Player of the Season: Paula Stevens

Doubles Team of the Season: Guy Nation – Matt Guy / Bret Guy

Matt Guy wins ACO Player of the Season. Playoff match against Matt Guy, Jeff Link and Eric Zocklein.

Saturday, July 6

ACO Coed Doubles World Champions: Team Williams / Hurt from Virginia

ACO Juniors World Champion: Austin Cameron from Virginia

ACO Womens World Champion: Paula Stevens from Virginia

ACO Seniors World Champion: Don Bailey from Ohio

ACO Doubles World Champions: King of Cornhole 13 Ryan Windsor (IL), and Tanner Halbert (FL)

ACO Singles World Champion, “King of Cornhole 14”: Matt Guy, Kentucky

Highlights

The Best Players in the World. The Biggest Cornhole Party.

Welcome to Vegas.

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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.

ACO Players who qualify must have purchased their Golden Ticket to compete at Worlds.

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SEE YOU AT WORLDS 15!

Attend

July 2-6, 2019
Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino

July 6 Final Championship Night
TopGolf Las Vegas

ACO Worlds is a five-day event for players, spectators and the whole family, including fun Game Challenges, vendors, player meet & greets and more! It’s always free for spectators.

DAILY SCHEDULE

Watch Online

Watch all the REPLAY action right here at AmericanCornhole.com.

Other viewing options:
ACO Facebook Page
ACO YouTube Channel

ALSO visit WeAreCornhole.com to catch shows and specials on the ACO Digital Network, produced from ACO Worlds footage. Playable on your favorite device.

Spectator’s Zone

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Here are the games you can watch.

These are ACO World Divisions for Members holding a Golden Ticket, and include man ACO Pro players (the top 80 in the world)

  • World Singles
  • World Doubles
  • Women’s
  • Seniors
  • Juniors
  • CoEd Doubles
  • Slyder Cup
  • Certified Official Shootout

Wanna to throw some bags too?

These are the games you can play at Worlds, with no qualifying needed. Most of these pay-to-play events have registration available the same day, but do have maximum entry limits.

  • Big Blind Draw (Open Division)
  • Luck of the Draw matches
  • World Game Challenge
  • Open Courts (pick-up games)

Host Hotel and main event location

Westgate Resort & Casino

3000 Paradise Road, Las Vegas, Nevada 89109

World Championship Night (Saturday)

TopGolf Las Vegas

4627 Koval Ln, Las Vegas, NV 89109

Worlds Schedule of Events

All start times may be adjusted up to one-half hour due to tournament play times.

 TUESDAY, JULY 2WEDNESDAY, JULY 3THURSDAY, JULY 4FRIDAY, JULY 5SATURDAY, JULY 6
7:00 AM
8:00 AM------ Doors Open ------------ Doors Open ------------ Doors Open ------
9:00 AM------ Doors Open ------Free Tier Play for all Golden Ticket HoldersOpen CourtsWorld Singles Championship Bracket
10:00 AMOpen Courts, Blind DrawsFree Tier Play for all Golden Ticket HoldersWorld Doubles Championship BracketWorld Singles Championship Bracket
11:00 AMACO Slyder Cup, World Draft DivisionFree Tier Play for all Golden Ticket HoldersWorld Doubles Championship BracketWorld Singles Championship Bracket
12:00 PMACO Slyder Cup, World Draft DivisionFree Tier Play for all Golden Ticket HoldersWorld Doubles Championship BracketWorld Singles Championship Bracket
1:00 PMACO Slyder Cup, Conference Draft DivisionBYOT Crew CupWorld Doubles Championship Bracket
2:00 PMACO Slyder Cup, Conference Draft DivisionBYOT Crew CupWorld Doubles Championship Bracket(location change to TopGolf)
3:00 PMBYOT Crew CupOpen CourtsACO Worlds Championship Night. Location: TopGolf
4:00 PMWelcome to Worlds!
Location: Westgate
ACO Certified Official ShootoutACO Player of the Season Womens PlayoffsACO Womens Championship MatchesCoed Doubles Championship
5:00 PMOpen CourtsACO Team of the Season Doubles PlayoffsACO Seniors Championship MatchesWorld Juniors Championship, World Womens Championship
6:00 PMBig Blind Draw, World Championship DivisionACO Player of the Season Singles PlayoffsACO Juniors Championship MatchesWorld SeniorsChampionship
7:00 PMBig Blind Draw, Open DivisionCoed Doubles Bracket
ACO Player of the Season Singles PlayoffsIntermission and Awards
8:00 PMCoed Doubles Bracket
World Doubles Championship
9:00 PMCoed Doubles Bracket
World Singles Championship
10:00 PMACO Worlds Cornhole Bash til 2:00AM
11:00 PM
12:00 PM

Games you’ll see played at Worlds

Blind Draws: Open to the public. All entrants are paired up at random with another player to be their Doubles partner. These occur throughout the World Championships. Ask at the registration tent.

Big Blind Draw: This is the main Big Blind Draw event at Worlds. Two divisions are played: Open Division, which is open to the public, and World Championship Division, which is only open to ACO players ranked 1-128 in the Big Blind Draw Standings.

ACO Slyder Cup: A tournament based on teams of 5 players. Two divisions are played: World Draft Division, which is based on World Singles Standings for eligibility, and World Conference Division, which is based on World Conference Standings for eligibility.

ACO Certified Official Shootout: This is a chance for all of the ACO Certified Officials (CO’s) to find out who is best! Open only to ACO CO’s.

ACO Coed Doubles: A doubles division consisting of one male and one female player per team.

ACO World Singles: The ACO division which crowns the King of Cornhole at the World Championship night.

ACO Womens: The ACO division to crown the top womens player in the world.

ACO Seniors: The ACO division to crown the top seniors player in the world.

ACO Juniors: The ACO division to crown the top juniors player in the world.

ACO Player of the Season Playoff: The Player of the Season is the Singles player with the top ranked standing at the end of the season. In the event that two or more players are tied in standings at the end of the ACO season, a playoff match is held to find the Player of the Season.

Tournament Talk

Single Elimination: The winner can move on in the tournament. The loser is finished.

Double Elimination: Same as above, but the loser gets another chance by moving into the Loser’s Bracket. Most games at Worlds are Double Elimination.

Best of 2 of 3: Players play 3 matches, and whoever wins two of the games is the winner.

Pool Play Bracket: A tournament format that breaks up competitors into smaller round robin brackets. The top finishers of each bracket advance to a Final to determine final standings. This is ideal when there are many players in a tournament.

Mini Pool Play Brackets: Small pool play brackets that are used to advance top finishers to the Champion Bracket, or advance next finishers to the Tier Pool Play Brackets. An example of this is the RPI (Ranked Players Invitational).

Tier Pool Play Brackets: These brackets are used to find the final two players who will advance to the Tier Championship.

RPI (Ranked Players Invitational): A mini pool play bracket to advance Singles players to either the Singles Championship Bracket, or the Singles Tier (2-4) Championship Brackets.

Worlds 14 Champions

Season 14   July 2019   Las Vegas, NV

ACO World Singles Championships

Top four (4) players World Singles:

  1. Matt Guy – KY
  2. Matt Stout – VA
  3. Ryan Windsor – IL
  4. Jeff Link – NV

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

  1. Matt Guy
  2. Jeff Link
  3. Kaleb Hurt
  4. Erick Davis

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

  1. Tyler Parent
  2. Matt Stout
  3. Maggie Geiger
  4. Wayne Rau

ACO World Doubles Championships

Top four (4) teams in World Doubles:

  1. Halbert (FL) / Windsor (IL)
  2. Guy (KY) / Guy (KY)
  3. Barnett / Glover
  4. Blair / Zocklein

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

  1. Chesnut / Wolters
  2. Clark / Tanner
  3. Pryor / Parent
  4. Box / Cordell

Slyder Cup – World Draft

Top four (4) teams

  1. Halbert / Kase / Clemmer / Tidwell / Burns
  2. Davis / Glover / Arrington / Cordell / Hammett
  3. Mullis / Hurt / Easley / Stevens / KnoxSnellings / Johnson / Wolters / Armstrong / Schumacher

Slyder Cup – Conference

Top four (4) teams

  1. Kentuckiana: Blair / Zocklein / Guy / Guy / Mathis
  2. SVC: Williams / Hurt / Hurt / Cameron / Cameron
  3. Davis Nation: Halbert / West / Davis / Davis / Davis

Crew Cup Challenge

Top four (4) teams

  1. Reynolds
  2. Nine Inch Males
  3. Silent and Deadly
  4. Courtesy Flush

ACO World Juniors Championship

Top four (4) players:

ACO World Womens Championship

Top four (4) players

  1. Paula Stevens
  2. Karen English
  3. Alexis Hammett
  4. Tammy Williams

ACO World Seniors Championship

Top four (4) players

  1. Don Bailey
  2. Jr Williams
  3. Allen Wingham
  4. Mike Arrington, Sr

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)

ACO Certified Official Challenge

Top four (4) players

  1. Dale Tanner
  2. Keith Blair
  3. Jeremiah Ellis
  4. Tanner Halbert

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