They better have cages on the light fixtures!
one high and right glo nuke and...
Good concept, hope they do it right. Most oddball sports complexes seem not to last too long in this world, usually due to too ambitious expectations, and/or poor business plans. But in their favor, from what I've seen on their site, seems like they're going with limited, slow and steady development
I can say first hand that this is an experience of a lifetime. The course wasn't a champ course but was fun for a little different change. The cieling is a good 30 ft high. The lighting is OK, still need to light the disc up a little. The best part is its always a nice 60 in the cave no matter what time of year. I went in the middle of winter and was in a t-shirt. The worst part is walking in sand for several hours; which means sand in the shoes, sand in your bag, and sand in your beer. The other bad part is the walls are REALLY hard and will tear a disc up. I used a brand new champ plastic disc and it finished with many nicks/gashes around the rim. It is still a work in progress, but if anyone is sitting in a layover; this would be worth checking out, though there are many championship calibur courses in the stl area so you might want to check those out first!