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2phast Wednesday, January 10th, 2007
Period of
Field Use:
1 year
Last There: November 13th, 2006
Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
TPS is the only field for 150 miles
Review: I began playing at TPS about a year ago, and have enjoyed every minute of it. Everytime I play, I love the field, and the sport itself even more.

First up: These guys mean business. Safety is priority number one. With an influx of newcomers to the sport, TPS wants to make sure that no one is scared away by reckless and unsafe behavior. Growth and recognition is the only thing that is going to make this sport become more mainstream, and TPS aims to do that one customer at a time, by being safe and friendly.

The staff is superb. The referees are friendly and are always willing to help out newcomers and make sure everyone is having a good time. TPS itself sponsor several tourney teams, and they are often seen at the field, lending a hand, playing, and giving advice to newbies.

The on-site proshop is very nice. They have practically everything you'd need to get started in paintball, right then and there, and it's all decently priced. Paint itself may be a tad expensive, with Rec-Grade selling for about $45, going up from there for higher grades. But it's reasonable.

The field itself is nicely done, with 3 fields of play, including a SupAirball field, and Tire field (Woodsball-ish), and the enormous D-Day field, complete with trenches, tank barriers, landing craft and German bunkers. And they are constantly expanding as well. Last I was told, they're going to be revamping their D-Day field to include a smaller scale Berlin, complete with tightly-packed city streets. That will make scenario games much more interesting, forcing Allies into a mad dash up the beachhead, and into some CQC situations in the mock-Berlin behind the sea-wall.

TPS sanctions away matches too. Most recently, they sanctioned the Rutledge Cornmaze game, which was a BLAST! It had all the perks of the TPS field, as well as the freshness of ther cornmaze itself.

On-site, they have benches, work tables, ample parking, restrooms, running water, electricity, some snacks (But some excellent resturants down the highway), and high netting to protect spectators from stray paintballs.


All in all, TPS is a Grade-A field, which is why I have claimed it as my home field.
 

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