Tap into the ancient knowledge of geopathic stress with Scott Anderson, superintendent at Huntingdon Valley Country Club outside Philadelphia. Scott talks about the William Flynn golf course where he has been the superintendent for 40 years and his philosophy on keeping the property dry to improve playing conditions... and how to grow the deepest roots in the fall and spring and keep them through the summer.
Jack and Scott also discuss one of Scott's passions, using divining rods to discover geopathic stresses and water on a property. Scott surveys Jack’s property with his divining rods and uncovers and remediates a “hot spot” of geopathic stress. Listen to the end to hear what he fixes!