September 1995: Ground broken on property between the Kilpatrick Turnpike and NW 150 and between MacArthur Boulevard and Meridian Avenue for the 600-acre master-planned golf, residential and commercial development envisioned as an exclusive enclave for some of Oklahoma City's wealthiest residents.
September 1997: Residential lot sales begin in Gaillardia. Home prices range from $300,000 to about $1 million.
July 1998: Gaillardia Golf and Country Club's 18-hole championship golf course opens.
August 1998: The first residents move into the gated Gaillardia community.
February 1999: Work on Gaillardia Golf and Country Club 55,000 square-foot Normandy French clubhouse is completed.
October 2002: Gaillardia hosts the PGA Senior Tour Championship for second straight year.
December 2002: The Little Rock, Ark.-based private equity firm Herrington Inc. purchases Gaillardia from subsidiaries of The Oklahoman parent company Oklahoma Publishing Company. The terms of the sale are undisclosed.
June 2013: Gaillardia's lenders begin foreclosure proceedings against the Arkansas-based owner of Gaillardia Golf and Country Club. Saddled with a heavy debt load, the country club enters receivership.
August 2013: An affiliate of Newport-Beach, Calif.-based Concert Golf Partners purchases the primary mortgage on Gaillardia from Bank of the Ozarks for an undisclosed sum. Concert Golf expresses interest in owning the country club.