The redesign of the Bobby Jones Golf Course in Atlanta, Georgia, is progressing well.
Work commenced in November 2017, and includes the creation of a reversible nine hole course on the site of the original Bobby Jones course.
The new layout was designed by Bob Cupp and was his last design before his passing in 2016.
Cupp’s son Bobby has taken over the project, and is overseeing the creation of the respective nines, which will be named Magnolia and Azalea.
The course will feature the Longleaf Tee System, and each hole will include a double green with two flags.
The project is being funded by the Bobby Jones Golf Course Foundation, a non-profit organisation that has raised approximately US$23 million into the work.
As well as the reversible course, a six-hole course named Cupp Links featuring holes of less than 100 yards in length will also be created. A driving range and short game area be built on the site, which only totals 128 acres.
The project is currently on track and the course is likely to open later this year.