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Similarly, the men’s Summer Classic was first held in (date needed) and is the largest tournament the LOCC hosts on a yearly basis.

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Now over a 40 year old tournament held every summer at the LOCC, the first Le Fleur Ladies Golf Tournament was held in 1983.

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Coinciding with the Golf Course’s construction was development of residences around the “Front Nine” of the course by F&H in 1978—these would be called Fairway Homes Village, Section One.

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The Golf Course & Clubhouse

Work was begun on the Lakewood Oaks Golf Course in mid-1977 under the direction and design of architect B. Jay Rivere of Houston, Texas and opened for play in July 1978.

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F&H brought in four builders  to establish a builder program—Neighbors, Masterson, Acuff and Hodges—and F&H no longer sold lots directly to individuals from that point onward. The original model homes were established on Lacewood Court, but some were also built on different streets around Lakewood.

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When F&H assumed control, they were given several options to finish Lakewood. For perspective, they had inherited a sizeable amount of debt and over 75% of Lakewood was undeveloped and many homes at the time were in various stages of construction. They opted to finish development of Lakewood as an…

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F&H and Astro Split

F&H bought out Astro in November of 1976. F&H assumed full control over the remaining development including control of the LPOA Board of Directors.

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Other early annexations such as the Lakeshore Condos, the Lakewood Bay Townhomes (now Bayview) and the original Landings Townhomes were each added in 1973, 1974, and 1975 respectively.

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The second phase was annexed and developed in 1975, with lots 631 to 712.

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The first homes were constructed in 1974. (Pictured is one of the original model homes built on 4510 Lake Dr, finished in spring of 1972 and displayed during the May 1972 Tour of Homes.)

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