Concours d'Elegance

The Pinehurst Concours d’Elegance blends the history, heritage and grandeur from three of North Carolina’s proudest traditions – motorsports, golf and military – in a unique celebration of America’s passion for the automobile and for the benefit of the brave men and women who protect and provide the very freedom we enjoy as United States citizens.

In 1898, Congressman Alan T. Tredway, from Stockbridge, MA, advised Pinehurst founder James Tufts against adding another nine holes to the sole course at Pinehurst, because golf is just a “passing fancy.”  Against Tredway’s advice, Tufts made the changes, and history – and an American institution – was created.

It is the intention of those behind the Pinehurst Concours d’Elegance to continue the spirit of innovation and excellence established at Pinehurst more than 100 years ago with this event.  The team has a clear vision – one that is not just a passing fancy – but for Pinehurst to be home to a different type of American institution: a premier automotive and lifestyle experience.

 

2014 Event Highlights

Photos from this year's event.

Thank You to all of our 2014 partners!


Latest News

Pinehurst Concours Announces Chief Judge for 2015

Internationally-renowned concours judge Nigel Matthews has been named chief judge of the 2015 Pinehurst Concours d’Elegance.... Read More

2015 Pinehurst Concours Date

The third annual Pinehurst Concours d’Elegance, a vintage car showcase of rare and pristine collector automobiles, will be staged on the fairways of Pinehurst Resort on Saturday, May 2, 2015.... Read More

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Quotes

“The inaugural Pinehurst Concours d’Elegance is going to bring different guests to the area, folks who aren’t necessarily golfers but who appreciate the scenery, the beauty and our history.”
- Tom Pashley, Pinehurst Resort Executive Vice President

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