The accuracy of this review is disputed. Please see discussion below.
Period of Field Use:
December 28th, 2008
I wanna first start off buy saying if you are going to play here DO NOT BUY YOUR OWN PAINT! i'm from Lima and drove a hour and half with 2500 balls and i get their and they want me to use their paint. I don't remember seeing this on their web page. So i was needless to say very mad, because it costs $49 a case. Also don't go after it rains because the bunkers are swamp and its hard to move throughout the field. The other problem is the refs are very bad. The one or two refs sit and socialize on one side of the field where they can't see the other side of the field while players out of you view wipe broke paint off their body's.
Enough of the bad i loved the course i just shouldn't have came when it rained the night before and i didn't call for more info. The balls they gave us were very good the they broke on just about everything
Dispute: * Stating that this field requires you to buy paint there but is not necessarily a disadvantage. I've been playing at RUSH for approximately 6 years now and it has always been like this for a couple reasons. First, making sure that everyone playing at RUSH will have the same or similar fill to avoid problems like wiping and with paint checks, (done by the refs).
*ryan49 states the following, "Also don't go after it rains because the bunkers are swamp and its hard to move throughout the field." ryan49 wrote this review in December of 2008 when RUSH had 3 full-time fields up(hyperball, vietnam field, and the continuously improving speedball hill they've had from the start. The only field that, "becomes a swamp is the vietnam field due to all of the trenches throughout the course. its called the vietnam field for a reason and guess what it rains a lot in nam.
*this reviewer should have called beforehand for policies and procedure especially when he was driving an hour and a half!