B2B is a great field to play on in general. not only this year have they added a new speed ball course just recently completed, they are now in the works of createing a counterpart fort to oppose hamburger hill. once completed the field will be the biggest its ever been and they still plan to expand even more with hopes of a hiper ball and air ball field on the way. with great low prices and awsome game play, B2B is by far one of the better courses in the state. highly recomended for players of all levels from noobies to hard core pro team players. just an awsome field in general.
First of all, a specials thanks to Jeff & Mike for taking the time to play. Excellent course, the village is full of doors, windows, automobiles, and one boat. It was worthe the 2 1/2 hour trip to Evart to play there. Very affordable to play at, perfect safety record ...
The field is big & gettin BIGGER all the time. I have been coming here for 3 years and there is something new and/or improved every year. The new trench & foxhole field is awesome & they tell me that it is not finished yet. They are building a covered wagon circle, just like in the old west. I have never had a bad experience at this field. The owner, Jeff, is very helpfull and the staff is friendly and fair. They let us decide where and what style of games we want to play. The prices are reasonable ($15 field fee), and there are specials all the time. All in all I would recommend this field to players of any and all skill levels, from newbies to vets.
This field is pretty good the owner is very helpful and will do about anything for yeah. The field cost is 15 bucks all day (10:30 to 5:30 every sat.) Plus it is B.Y.O.P. which is a bonus. He has 3 diff. field types for now 1 woods which is pretty big at one end there is a fort called hamburger hill. Lots of trees and bunkers thought out the field. 2 A village which is pretty nice. Alot of chances for bunkering ppl. Plus he has a small speed ball field which is working on making bigger. He is in the process of adding fox holes and trenches to make the place better.