Let's Just start... I've been playing paintball long before a lot of players today have been born. My first game was in 88' So I've been around the block. Watched this sport grow from nothing but guys in the woods, to speedball, to "Pro Teams" playing on television. So now my experience has been established I can begin with a criticism. I was a first timer there and was shocked to see the utter confusion. No one was available to explain were the fields were, so after waiting 90 mins. ( of playing time) to play indoor. was told that a "team" was practicing, I would have to go up to the upper fields to play. So once we hiked up to the upper fields. I noticed a lot of guys in Arsenal Jersey. OK, So was today a team Practice. Well I figured let's ask a ref how they rotate players into games. He stated we will have jump in with anyone. Well, everyone was a team not looking for walk-ons (Remember this a a critique not to be confused with bashing). So we were S.O.L. Ended up playing 2 on 2 with 2 other players who were in the same boat. With NO referee mind you. Yes you read that right no referee. In all my years never that was never even considered.
I've played all over the East Coast, Tourney's, Big Games Etc. never have I seen this many players on the field with MAYBE one referee. Who was not clearly Identified. The field has Potential to be a great place to play. Just remember your return player, becomes a regular customer. But no player wants to feel like a second class player behind "teams" I'm sure games could have be rotated in and out with a little more field staff. I would have to give this field a below average rating. Simply because of the lack of field staff. Maybe management was not aware of the situation, but now this is opportunity protect it's younger less experienced customers with more referees.