Hello, I’m Jack, and I’ve got a question for you guys. What’s the best dirt for building jumps? Fly ‘til you die!
Oak Grove, MN
ANS- A mixture of clay and decomposed granite, then you get solid jumps with traction, even if they are a little wet. Basically take the east coast and west coast and cram them together and you have perfection. We could create a place called CaddySheep. Take some of Florida’s sandy dirt to create a chill spot to BBQ and catch some rays between runs and then build jumps with Riversides terminally thirsty, skin removing granite and Posh’s old clay that weighed 80lbs a shovel full and you are set. Good luck with that Jack.