They're almost ready. The renovated greens on the back nine at Fernandina Beach Golf Club are progressing nicely and should be ready to go on the planned Aug. 1 go-date.
The work at the northeastern Florida course has evolved since our last update, with the grass being cut for the first time on July 7. June storms forced a second line of Bermudagrass sprigs, which are catching up to the other grass nicely. The greens will continue to be top-dressed and rolled until they're ready for play at the start of August, some stumps will be ground July 18 and bunkers around the putting surfaces are being redone in anticipation of the project's completion.
Take a look at these pictures to see the progress for yourself.