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# What is the distance of a cornhole playing field?

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The distance of the entire cornhole playing field, which is comprised of several parts, is 35 feet. That distance includes the pitcher's boxes as well as the court between the pitchers' boxes.

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The length of each pitcher's box is 4 feet. The cornhole court in between each pitcher's box is 27 feet long. Since there are four pitcher's boxes altogether, one on each side of the board and at each end of the court, add two pitcher's boxes to the length of the court. Four feet plus 4 feet plus 27 feet equals 35 feet, which is the total length of the cornhole playing field.

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