Conders in E-Town: It's big and there's always games to play, but I didn't experience any real friendly employees.
Rebel Ridge in Horse Cave: Good people, but hardly any games to play.
OK, just to make things clear I've only played for a year and a half, but I had to round off. So, when I first came to N-Tense and played at their field I was a little intimidated by the high end markers most of the players were using, but that didn't stop me from having a real good time. You see, it seemed that every time I tried to play at their field it would rain or some other natural disaster would happen. I'll just tell you right now it was worth the wait. Since then I've played only at their field and haven't had the need to play anywhere else. As the description says they have a spool field, a field with plywood made bunkers, and also two three man airball fields( although they normally just set up one for rec ). The service is great! Friendly, knowledgeable staff, are there to help you with what ever you need. Feel free to come if you're new to the sport, because these people will do their best to help you learn about the game. The location is wonderful, because they're in the back of a subdivision and there's a Taco Bell maybe two minutes away. They don't have a woods field, but that's fine with me. I'll tell you one thing, if or when they get a Hyperball field, it will be the bomb.
Last edited on Sunday, June 1st, 2003 at 7:25 pm PST