The game is composed of two three-section target panels and two sets of three scoring bags.
Place the opposing target panels approximately 25 feet apart.
Separate the three nested sections of each target panel.
To assemble each target panel, first pull out the two legs on the smallest target panel section and place it on the ground.
Place the remaining two target panel sections on the ground, top side up.
Put two pegs into the holes on top of each of the two smallest target panel sections.
Place the top edge of the middle section of the target panel onto the pegs of the smallest section.
Place the top end of the largest section onto the pegs of the middle section.
Breaking down and storing each target panel.
NOTE: If the bags or the board are wet, be sure to let them air dry before you store the game.
Remove the largest section from the rest of the game and place it upside down on the ground.
Remove the pegs from the middle section and set them aside.
Remove the middle section and place it upside down, nesting it inside the largest section.
Remove the two pegs from the smallest section.
Place all four pegs and three bean bags in the middle section of the target panel.
Fold the legs into the smallest section.
Place the smallest section inside the middle section, top side up.
The game may be played by two opposing players (singles) or by opposing teams.
Singles players position themselves beside their respective opposing target panels, player throws from the side directly across from their starting side.
When the game is played with teams (usually teams of two), teammates position themselves directly across from each other, one beside each opposing target panel.
Players must throw from beside, being careful not to “foul” by stepping past the game-side front of the panel when tossing their bags.
The player/team that did not choose their starting position throws first.
Opposing players alternate tosses.
Scoring points are determined after each player tosses all three bags.
A bag landing on the largest section of the target panel scores one (1) point.
A bag landing on the middle section of the target panel scores two (2) points.
A bag landing on the smallest section scores three (3) points.
After each singles player or team counts all of their scored points, the player/team with the most points wins that series of tosses and adds the difference to their accumulating point total. For example, if Player/Team-1 gets 7 points and Player/Team-2 gets 3 points, then Player/Team-1 adds 4 points to their accumulating total.
The team that received the most recent points goes first on the next series of tosses.
The winning team must get exactly 21 points. If a player/team scores more than 21 points, then that player/team’s score goes back to 15 points.
The player/team that exceeds 21 points throws first on the next series of tosses.
A player/team is “skunked” when their score is zero (0) against their opponent’s thirteen (13) points.
Players are to switch sides between games, as the flight of the bags is affected by the wind.