On November 1-3, over 400 players traveled to The Plaza Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas to compete in the 9th Annual Wild West Shoot Out and ACL Conference Event #1. Over the course of the three days, we handed out over $22,000 across 13 different events. The event servced two purposes: (1) ACL Conference event and (2) states competed for the Wild West Shoot Out trophy.
In the end, California repeated as WWSO champions, running away with the Wild West Shoot Out Trophy with a score of 637 points. Arizona came in second with 401 points. New Mexico finished third with 214 points. Here is a LINK to final standings.
Here is a LINK to all players who won money at the event. If there is a red box next to your name then it means you haven't collected yet. Please email us at email@example.com and let us know how you would like to be paid electronically.
WOMEN SINGLES (43 players) - link to standings
SENIOR SINGLES (27 players) - link to standings
CREW CUP (54 teams)
ACL SINGLES EVENTS
NOVICE DIVISION (32 players) - link to standings
INTERMEDIATE SINGLES (68 players) - link to standings bracket A / link to standings bracket B
COMPETITIVE SINGLES (101 players) - link to standings bracket A / link to standings bracket B
ADVANCED SINGLES (128 players) - link to standings bracket A / link to standings bracket B
ACL DOUBLES EVENTS
NOVICE DIVISION (teams) - link to standings
INTERMEDIATE SINGLES (teams) - link to standings
COMPETITIVE SINGLES (teams) - link to standings
ADVANCED SINGLES (64 teams) - link to standings bracket A / link to standings bracket B
SHOOT OUT EVENTS
LOWER DIVISION SHOOT OUT (51 teams)
UPPER DIVISION SHOOT OUT (110 teams)
On Saturday, November 9, we ran the Wild West Days Cornhole Tournament at Harold's Corral in Cave Creek. In the experienced division, teams competed in a two stage tournament where everyone first played five games in round robin and then were split into either an Advanced or Competitive double elimination bracket based on their round robin results.
In the Novice division, teams also competed in a two stage tournament where all teams play four games in round robin and then were seeded into a double elimination tournament.
Finally, we welcomed back Greg Stedman who made his return from a long cornhole layoff. The Last Call Baggers came up and took over Harold's for the day.
On Saturday, November 9, we ran the 2nd Annual Fireside Charity Cornhole Tournament. Twenty-nine teams competed in a two stage tournament where everyone first played four games in round robin. Once RR was complete, all teams with two or more wins advanced to a single elimination tournament where they were seeded by their RR results. In the end, Nick and David repeated as champions to take down the top prize. Rick, who finished runner up in the tournament, won the long toss competition with a distance of 47' before the sun went down.
Click through the archives to see the past winners of our tournaments.