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July 28, 2019
Men's 60
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I noticed that the fields at Brambleton Park are 400 ft deep according to their website. Will SSUSA be using a "removable fence" to set the fields at a shorter distance ?

July 28, 2019
Men's 65
2701 posts
Chuck ... The Brambleton Park fields measure about 320' down the foul lines, and about 370' in straight away CF ... Nothing approaching 400' ... We will NOT be using temporary fencing ... Good luck!
July 29, 2019
1 posts
Shark, with the synthetic ball and high temperatures, homeruns will be few and far between...i have played there a handful of times and the 50 Major Plus teams hit 4-5 homers a game at best...
July 29, 2019
Men's 70
347 posts
Just have your track shoes on for the ones to the fence, or just jog back and pick up the ball. Similar to field three at Hunter Park in Mesquite, NV. .
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