Wackys, good for starters, but just not enough competition for me.
Gateway, Great place, better for experienced players though, newbies need not come.
Well I work there, and naturally I was there opening day sept. 26th. (Where were you!?)
It's a small field right now, but the fields are HIGH quality, when they built them, they put alot of time and money into it. It has netted in field with the staging area in the middle along with the main building. The woods course is rough and very primitive, so we only played it once since the onl people who showed the first day were other refs and people who are involved with the field. They have 2 speedball fields and 1 urban field, which is unlike ANY urban field I have EVER played. You should go and check it out! The ONE and ONLY drawback, FPO :( but it's reasonably priced so you know you're not getting ripped off. The refs are VERY professional and all of the staff have SAFETY as their TOP priority. Definitely go there or AT LEAST look at their website. I give it a nine since they need a hyperball field IMO and for FPO (which can suck if you're poor)
But if you GO they'll get money and build more fields.
They have changed to BYOP, but if you rent a marker you must use field paint.
The field is getting busier, more people every weekend! Still needs more fields and an airball field though...
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Hey I live in the old IGA grocery store in Old Monroe. Do you think I could work there? I tried emailing the owners about 4 weeks ago but I haven't got a response. :( I think I might know who you are..... are your initials J.H.????
Well, if you go to Winfield High School and you know Allie Smith, I'm her little brother and I would love to help out around there....