Alright I am now a member of this fields "home team", but I will keep this review unbiased.
Really good field. friendly staff, cheap prices, really good competition, nice 5 man supair. Its only $10 for field fee and all day air on sundays. The field is set up on crushed gravel, or "crush and run" I believe. It was fun playing in it, b/c Ive only played on grass and carpet. They have a huge area cleared out and leveled for a 10 man field. They recently opened up their new pro shop and its looking great! The players are really nice, I even saw a few people I had known from a tournament last year, they play on the clemson college team and they were reffing that event. Shoot, I even saw a couple of 12 year olds who had only been playing for 8 months or so, and for their age they were straight up ballin! =] The staff usually hangs out and watches all the games, and if you did something wrong they will usually help you out with it because it's easier to tell what happened from a spectators view.
But every field does have at least one bad point. One thing that was kind of annoying was all the gritty crap I found all over both my markers when I got home. If you plan to play here, make SURE you have a nipple cover on your tank, so the grit wont cycle through your gun and tear it up. But you will really only get the stuff all over if your diving or sliding around, so the back guys dont have much to worry about.
Overall, this field has had the best competition I've come across. For me, the more skilled they are, the better. Because the only way you can become better, is by playing people more skilled than yourself, and thats what I'm going for.
Last edited on Sunday, May 11th, 2003 at 9:41 am PST