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Washer Game Boards

Washer Game Boards. 16×36 full size premium 3 hole washer toss washers game boards by get outside games. You score one point for throwing your washer into the hole that is closest to the front of the board.

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The build is relatively simple but the addition of the pieced sides and the turf give a c. The number of boards is the same, but the cornhole board has one hole, but washer toss game boards have 3 holes. Best sellers customer service today's deals prime new releases books electronics home toys & games vouchers computers gift cards beauty & personal care health & personal care video games pet supplies sports & outdoors baby home.

1) One Point Is Scored For The Hole Closest To The Front Of The Board.

Keep in mind a lot of this material may be items you already have tucked away in the corner of your workshop. The official distance, from cup centers, is 25 feet (7.62 meters). Washer toss game plans material list.

Six Metal Washers Are Provided With Your Game.

After each round, both players rotate sides. (no reviews yet) write a review. The number of boards is the same, but the cornhole board has one hole, but washer toss game boards have 3 holes.

One Hole Washer Rules Explained.

Stand approximately 15 feet from the box and start tossing washers. Measure and cut the carpeting out. Our washer toss game is a fantastic addition to your lineup of backyard fun.

These Boards Feature A Full 1 Thick Exterior Grade Baltic Birch Frame, Convenient Rope Carrying System, And The Ability To Use Our Washer Locker To Store Washers With Your Boards.

Place your original washer boards 10’ apart; Using the spray adhesive, apply to both the plywood and bottom of the carpet and wait 10 min to get tacky. Product details / select options:

Set The Top And Bottom Pieces Of The Box 21 Feet Apart From Each Other.

* 16 x 36 full size playing surface. Washers is an outdoor game of skill, played by two or more contestants. Setting up your original washer board game:

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