With all parts properly cut and sanded, we're approaching the end of this project. The next step will be to drill the holes in the frame to accommodate the leg bolts. For the game board to sit at the proper angle and not rock when placed on a flat surface, it is imperative that these holes be drilled as precisely as possible.
As you'll notice on page 3 of the measured drawings, a hole slightly larger than the leg bolt must be drilled 1-1/8" down from the underside of the plywood and 2" in from the top end of the frame.
TIP: Be sure that you drill the holes on the top half of the board where the cornhole was cut earlier, and not the bottom half of the board. If you make this mistake, the opening for the bean bags will be at the bottom of the playing surface when playing the game instead of at the top where it belongs.