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Welcome to

THE NEXT BIG THING

LEAGUE SEASONs

Axe Throwing

all  leagues run 7PM - 9PM

BGB lady mondays

$125/person

Couple Wednesdays

$200/couple

BGB men thursdays

$125/Person

WATL Pro

Sunday $130/person

cornhole 

Cornhole Social

Tuesdays - $75/person 

cornhole pro

sundays - $75/person

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THE SOCIAL LEAGUE SEASONS

League Season start up every 10 weeks - with an 8 week schedule.

check our social media feeds to see when our next season starts

 

League nights are a great way to challenge your soon-to-be friends to a season of AXE throwing OR Cornhole. Our 8-week leagues are ideal for getting out, meeting new people and sharpening your skills in a fun competition.  Every week players go head-to-head against various opponents. 

 

*In our WATL PRO leagues your scores will be highlighted against players across the world on a weekly basis.  This provides you with the opportunity to qualify for the World Championships as well.

 

THE GROUND RULES:

  • 8-Weeks of Axe throwing competition

  • #flannelnotrequired #flannelifyoudlike - We love when our league members show up looking the part, but it certainly is not required!

  • The season culminates in playoffs and the ultimate showdown of bracket winners to decide the  Kingsville Social Axe Throwing or Cornhole champion!

  • League member appreciation night and fun night.

  • 10% off all Throwdown, and Walk In Bookings.

  • 1 Free Walk In per season.

  • Spots are limited and filling up fast. 

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AXE THROWING LEAGUES

CHECK OUT WHAT CBC IS SAYING ABOUT OUR SPORT AND THE LEAGUE OF AXE THROWING.

From pubs to pro leagues: Canada's axe throwing craze has spawned a competitive sport.

If you've ever wished you could make an athletic career out of throwing sharp objects at a bullseye, axe throwing could one day be your sport.

It may sound like a treacherous pastime, but over the past decade, it's become a common weekend activity for friends who meet up to drink beer and chuck axes at a target.

Olympic podiums are still far off for the relatively new sports' athletes. But in recent years, leagues and tournaments have begun to crop up.