November 15, 2022
The American Cornhole League (ACL) encourages social and competitive play for all ages and all skill levels. The ACL software makes managing tournaments, leagues and custom events easy and provides the critical infrastructure for a statistical database for the sport. Becoming a player allows you to compete against people of your same skill level and always gives you an opportunity to see how you stack up against the best of the best.
ACL player divisions are intended to group players of similar skill levels together for competitive and social play. It is important that players read this players guide, review and establish their Skill Level. This enables a player to know where they stand and compete against players of similar skill level. Conference/Regional Directors may override a Skill Level if they feel a player is sandbagging. The current ACL Skill Rating Levels include:
To become an ACL Pro means that you have achieved the highest skill level in the sport and are able to compete in guaranteed prize pool broadcast events. ACL Pros earn money by competing in ACL events and obtaining sponsors.
For full details about being an ACL Pro or Qualifying to be an ACL Pro in the 2023-2024 season please read How To Earn A Pro Spot
Players are responsible for updating their type in their ACL Player Profile.
ACL Player Events are created based on the following:
Directors may set up events specific to other criteria like Gender, Skill Level, and ACL Player Type. Not all of these event types are currently supported by the ACL software but anything that impacts the Overall Competitive ACL Open Standings is supported.
November 15, 2022
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