T-Squared. PBA is a great field for the more advanced player who wants to play a more aggressive style of play. Ie: bunkering is allowed and you can play more of a tourney style of play here with PSP type firing modes etc.
I have played PBA several times over the last year and have enjoyed it every time. They have fantastic woods ball fields, but be prepared for a long walk to a few, they have quite a few acres available! The speedball fields are nice and close to the pro shop, you can self fill 3k, or get a 4.5k fill from the guys inside the window. It is nice to get a real 4500 fill!
Pro shop is pretty nice and they carry gear thatis a bit higher end than the other field/shop in Little Rock.
Field is FPO and you usually have 2 choices. Last time I was there one was Diable Heat and I can't remember the second one. The Heat shot really well.
At PBA you will encounter more advanced players that play a more advanced style versus the other field in town (T2). They do not have the rate of fire caps and bunkering rules here, so just know when you get shot, you may get hit 3, 4, 6 times instead of just one or 2 hits. This is NOT a bad thing, just as long as you know what to expect.
Refs have been fair at best my last few times. Not bad, but not nearly as on top of things as I would have liked. I have had good experieces with the players here as well and have not had any bad experiences as some other reviewers have reported, BUT I have yet to come out and play on a Sunday "practice" day where you get some of the local teams playing. I have heard many many similiar stories though about poor player conduct, lots of paint wiping from people I play regularly with and who will no longer play there because of it.
Overall my experience has always been good and very fun and I consider PBA to be a place I like to play at and would recomend it for anyone who likes a less "structured" environment like the other field in town.