By Brian Hurlburt Special to the Review-Journal
December 20, 2017 – 5:48 pm
A major public signal that the situation was improving at the once struggling Lake Las Vegas community in Henderson occurred in 2014 when Reflection Bay, a public Jack Nicklaus golf course that was ranked in the top 100 in America, reopened after being closed for five years.
Two years before the reopening, Paulson and Company, a group founded by American hedge fund manager John Paulson, bought Reflection Bay and other Lake Las Vegas land and began to invest millions into the community. The Paulson Lake Las Vegas holdings are managed by Raintree Investment Company.
Another major event occurred Friday when the sale was finalized for the private SouthShore Golf Club by Pacific Links International for an undisclosed amount to a group of 10 club members led by Ted Lachowicz. The course will be named SouthShore Country Club LLV.
While the trend of course closures continues in Southern Nevada and nationwide, the resurgence at Lake Las Vegas appears to be in full swing.
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