I've played at fields throughout Florida and one other in Georgia
THE GOOD NEWS: A good field with a medium sized but well layed out speedball field, as well as a few other woods ball fields. There is also a pretty decent pro shop on site (an actual shop, not a tent or set up on somebody's patio or garage). The field is field paint only and we played with Tork all day which ran us about 57.00/case of 2k. They serve food too, which I didnt try but looked good....24 oz sodas were only 1.25. The owner is very enthusiastic about the sport and the refs were knowledgable and actively doing their job for the most part. One of the refs and a regular player there (the guy with the UPS hat) was particularly cool to play with. The rounds were pretty consecutive, the staff was aware of the fact that people don't want to sit aroung too long between matches....which was good. The only time I found myself sitting around was when I chose to, like when watching the home team practice on the speedball court.
Ok, now THE BAD NEWS: When I got there I set up and chrono'd with the rest of my crew but I didnt notice anybody else really doing the same. If they chrono'd once when getting there then that was the only time....the practicing team seemd to be the only ones interested in checking their speed. If you play here, you WILL get railed with a hot gun. I'm not whining and I will definitley be playing here alot more but be aware that you will have to man up or sit out.
I've also played at Paintball City in Hinesville. Paintball City can't compare to Low Country in anyway.
Low Country Paintball is awesome. The first day I went to play Eric Dearman of the All American's was there. He schooled us for a while, then one of the field staff put it to him. There are always awesome senario games and speedball games there, I reccomend it to anyone within 500+ miles :).
Awesome field for scenarios, lots of terrain, lots of obstacles. I played in a scenario game here called SEALORDS, great time. They are well organized and have a decent proshop. I reccommend this field to anyone, they were starting up a new type of event that I missed out on do to work, but they are constantly hosting events. I reccomend this to anyone. Team players frequent this site, so there is a wealth of knowledge there for the new folks.