Ive played at pbc in greensboro. Better variety of types of fields, but staff isnt as friendly.
Directions to the Field:
they have directions on their website I believe.
Boss is a great place to have a good time. The staff is friendly, the players are nice, and the fields are fantastic. They have nachos, hotdogs, and other snacks as well as drinks.When you arrive, you are given a thorough safety briefing and either red or yellow tape to indicate your team. Off and on the fields, they are very strict about safety. They have a great variety of fields and games. They have a small speedball field but they hardly ever use it for rec play. For woodsball, they have a few villages, a spools field, many small buildings, etc. On the down side, I have been there a few times when the teams were a bit "uneven". For example, there once was a team made up of mostly new players vs. a team made up mostly of regular paintballers. I understand that with many people it can be hard to keep everything completely fair, but there is room for improvement there. Also, sometimes the refs are unclear on the rules. There have been several instances where one team was told something, and the other team was told something else. For example, in re-insertion spools, my team was told that we were not allowed to cross the tape that ran half way through the field, while the other team was told that they could. When the refs realized there was a mistake, the game was not stopped, the players on the other team were not moved back across the tape, and my team was left at a huge disadvantage. Because of this mistake, I was shot 8-10 times at point-blank range by a semi-pro, and left the field with bloody hands and knots on my head.The player who shot me was talked to by the refs after the game, but that still doesnt change the fact that this has happened more than once. Im not whining because i got shot because that happens all the time. Im just stating the fact that there is work to be done in keeping the games fair. There is much room for improvement in explaining the rules and in communication between refs and players. Over all, its a great field with great staff, but things aren't always exactly fair.