The accuracy of this review is disputed. Please see discussion below.
Period of Field Use:
April 17th, 2011
Other Fields in the Area:
Xdrenalin Zone, DFW Adventure Park
I attended this field for their "Topgun 1 vs. 1 Tournament" and I left everything but satisfied. To my suprise they allowed several employees to play in the tournament, and one of which placed #3 and won $100 winnings. I feel this this was a conflict of interest and against all business ethics. The employee that placed could have very well built the field, and also was "buddys" with all of the refs/staff/management that were overseeing the tournament. I was dissapointed to see the scrawny ammounts of merchandise that stocked what was supposed to be a pro shop.
Lack of Fields (the entire park has three small fields)
Inadequate Airball Field
Location (the park is literally off the side of HWY 114)
Fill Station (you must have an employee fill your tank)
Overall I am very dissapointed in this field, private groups, tournaments players, and rec-ballers are not getting what they pay for. They do not allow bringing outside paint, and they still allow barrel plugs which are a known hazard. I will not be coming here again.
Dispute: They do NOT let people use barrel plugs anymore. They also DO allow outside paint for a small fee. the fill station might be a problem but its safer than some kid who doesnt know how to fill his tank to let him try. And please describe the "questionable ethics" you talk about? this is awful
When I was playing at this field Sunday, April 17th, 2011 they had a private group where most members had a BARREL PLUG as the required saftey device. If the rules have changed, then kudos to them. They did NOT allow outside paint when I last played there, even for "walk-on" players. The question able ethics were described above...