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fever4thapaint Sunday, May 14th, 2006
Period of
Field Use:
Less than a month
Last There: May 6th, 2006
3 months
Other Fields
in the Area:
none I'm a rookie/noob
to the Field:
Take 17 south towards Fernandina turn left towards the school bus port and Ball field. then take another left and head toward the nursery till it becomes a dirt rd go roughly 30 -50 yards on your rt will be a rd with a metal gate and a sign saying pt ball etc.
Review: First off I wanna start by saying that i am fairly new to pt ball ,my buddy has been trying to get me to go for years So when i finally gave in My first field was and is GTF. I was hooked from the first game on.

My experience with the crew who plays,runs,ownes the field was very inviting being it was my first time.

This last time I played, same thing good all around safety and fun. Most of the payers last time were young kids and they made it very safe for both the young kids and adults.

prices r very fair in my opinion, just wish I had the money to play every weekend ;-).

I love the Dea field very fun, Grenade friendly. I also had a great time On the big 4 acres field Those r my 2 favorites. Cant wait to play soon.


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