So while the million dollar hole-in-one attempt was pulled left and the $5,000 putt ran long (at least he didn’t leave it short!), there were still plenty of oohs and awes – even if they weren’t for golf shots.
In this unique service, a dry brush exfoliation is followed by light, all-over tapping using fresh long-leaf pine harvested right here in The Village. The bundled needles create a gentle enhancement to the massage, increasing circulation and aiding in detoxification. Uplifting and one-of-a-kind, this experience will leave you refreshed and totally rejuvenated.
The inaugural Pinehurst Concours d’Elegance was a rousing success, as 118 classic automobiles graced the emerald first fairways of Courses 3 and 5 at Pinehurst. Included in the spectacular array of rare and vintage vehicles was a Ferrari 275LM, worth an astonishing $20 million.
Also at the Pinehurst Concours, Corvettes and Porsches from across the region were invited to attend the inaugural Pinehurst Fairway Drive presented by AutoTrader Classics, with each brigade headed by cars owned by automotive executive and champion car owner Rick Hendrick and business executive and noted Porsche collector Bob Ingram.
The event was certainly a big hit with entrants, who viewed Pinehurst as an ideal host for a Concours event.