I have played there in two tournaments so far, and both were run extremely smooth. Absolutely no flaws in the field, and the layouts were nice. Rob does an awesome job with the customers, answering any questions and giving help where it is needed.
There indoor airball field is just amazing! Its perfect size and is great for xball. There's nothing that compares to this place for that urge to play. The only downside (to the entire place) is the fact that they have a dirt/ kitty litter mix for their floor, wich makes it impossible (and extremely painful) to slide.
There outdoor hyperfield is HUGE. I'v never seen any field bigger or even as close to as big as this. Its just phenomenal.
Last but definitely not least, GRC's second airball field, the outdoor one, is run extremely well. Players from all around go to play on it. The field itself is leveled to perfection and is very good for practice!
The competition here is extremely healthy and everyone has a great time when going here
Paint prices are decent, and field entry is good.
Their refs do a spectacular job and enforce all the rules that we have come to expect. Getting everyone to chrono, and making the right calls is harder than some might think.
They have allot of merchandise in their proshop, from squeegees to harness's, they have what you need!
I plan to go there on 12/9 for the Young Guns tourney. Hope to see a good turnout and have some good competition
Went back on the 9th of december to participate in the 4 man Young Guns Tournament. Ended up winning the event and thought i'd update the review a bit.
After the tourny, Rob was kind enough to fill our teams tanks for some good ol' fashioned rec play. We went out onto the field and played some huge games of 10v10 plus! (probly more likely around 13-15 p/ team).
The only downside to the rec play was that off the break, everyone (except us) would rush into the village buildings on the side of the indoor airball field and "snipe" everyone else out, but thats nothing a couple pods of paint couldnt fix...
Last edited on Sunday, December 11th, 2005 at 10:01 am PST