Brawl breaks out at charity cornhole tournament (VIDEO)

A fun weekend competition turned violent as competitors at a cornhole tournament benefiting charity started duking it out.

DOUGLAS COUNTY, Ga. — A fun weekend cornhole tournament turned violent when competitors started throwing punches.

The Douglas County Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual cornhole event Sunday at the Foxhall Resort to raise money for scholarships for deserving students.

Participators and supporters were seen playing the lawn game and enjoying the warm weather before a group of people disagreed about the score.

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Moments later, fists started flying and explicit words were exchanged.

It was all caught on camera.

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Alex Cannon was standing so close, he nearly had to duck while filming the chaos.

Cannon told Channel 2 Action News he is always up for a game of cornhole. He just never knew it could be a 'contact sport.'

After the dispute over the score, Cannon said someone threw a beer then someone else threw a punch. He told us the lesson he learned is: "Alcohol and beanbags do not mix."

"There were some good blows. I don't think anybody was seriously injured, but there were definitely some good licks on both sides," Cannon told Channel 2 Action News.

The chamber told us the police were not called and no one was arrested.