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Dryblood Tuesday, December 14th, 2004
Period of
Field Use:
6 months
Last There: N/A
2 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Didnt play in this area but played in Michigan at a few indoor and outdoor fields.
Review: This place is not the biggest place to play and can use some AC on those hot days in the summer but it makes up for it in so many other ways.
1. The staff/Refs are great, friendly and very helpful with ur marker or equipment.
2. The free air and CO2 is a plus
3. They BYOP Monday thru Friday.
4. They always move the bunkers around so ur not stuck w/ the same setup everytime like other places do.
5. They clean the bunkers, doesnt sound like a big deal but when u play at places that clean once a week compared to place that cleans atleast once a day.
6. Great setup area - plenty of tables and chairs, more then anyother place i found.
7. The paint only $65 a case in the Fall and Winter months and $100 in the summer.
8. The turf is a high grade carpet which is great to play on.

In conclusion, this place is deff a place to visit if u didnt already :)

Review Comments
R0bz Monday, September 5th, 2005 | 10:33 pm PST
U must not have been to a good pb place cuz this place sucks i hate the fat guy and refs never call u out

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