Greystone courses change hands twice.
Dickson could not be reached for comment on the deal.
Then in October last year, Greystone Entertainment--which includes Greystone residential developers Jack King, Bill Minton and Charles George Jr.--bought the country club and its two courses from Regions. The price of the deal, according to a special warranty deed, was $1.5 million.
Mountain Springs, a 7,000-yard, par-72 course designed by The Kevin Tucker Group of Nashville, Tenn., opened in 1995. Dickson once told Arkansas Business it cost "in the neighborhood of $2.5 million."
Opened in 1999, Cypress Creek is named for a creek that flows through the property. Also designed by Tucker, Cypress Creek has played host to the Arkansas Open and a Hooters Tour event.
Arkansas Business readers consistently rank both courses among their favorite in the state.
The roughly 400 homes in Greystone's eight subdivisions are part of a 1,850-acre wooded development.
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|Date:||Mar 21, 2005|
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