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Davinci07 Thursday, October 16th, 2008
Period of
Field Use:
2 years
Last There: September 18th, 2008
3 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
No other good speedball courses in the area, but for woodsball I do recomend Choke Cherry Canyon.
to the Field:
Located next to raindrops in Farmington.
Review: This is my home field and my favorite of all the fields I've been to. This indoor field is top notch in my personal opinion. Every bunker is full size and spread at good distances. The prices for everything are fair and the staff are knowledgable. The refs are very good. They ensure that games are fair but also ensure you play with people you want on your team. On a slow day, the refs will take the time to play againest you to ensure you arent playing the same people over and over again. Overall I rate this field a strong 9/10 mainly because of how well the field is taken care of and the overall feel of the place. My only complaint is this is not a field where a lot of pro players go. You see a lot of first-timers here. If you play paintball to put the hurtin on noobs this is the field for you, but if you are looking for a place with a little higher skill level, I would find another field.

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