Our Private Golf Club Has Future Courses Planned
Golf is for all Ages, Skill Levels and Experience at our
Park City Private Golf Courses.
Promontory's two existing signature courses by Pete Dye and Jack Nicklaus, each offer a unique design, purpose and challenge for golfers. Dye designed Promontory's Pete Dye Canyon Golf Course (7,690 yards) to reward accuracy and to take dramatic advantage of the rugged terrain of Promontory's hills and canyons. Dye incorporated multiple tee boxes, to suit all levels of play and provide a pleasurable playing experience for anyone; Jack Nicklaus designed Promontory's Painted Valley Golf Course (8,098 yards) in a links style to flow alongside a stream, through Promontory's high-altitude valleys. As might be expected, this course rewards the ability to hit the ball, but it also provides forward tees, broad fairways and grassy approaches that make play fun for all members of the family.
Promontory's Master Plan allows for up to five championship courses, with construction of the additional courses dependent on demand for Golf Memberships in the Promontory private Club. Routings for the potential future courses have been laid out by leading course designers including Tom Weiskopf.
Pete Dye is one of the most influential and creative golf course designers in the history of the sport. Dye has perfected the art of multiple tee placements that make each hole he designs a challenge for the finest players in the world and yet thoroughly playable and enjoyable for the average golfer. A strong advocate for environmentally safe courses, Dye is noted for designs that encourage natural flora and fauna and protect surrounding lands and waters from the herbicides and pesticides necessary on greens and fairways.
No name is more synonymous with greatness in the sport of golf than the name Jack Nicklaus, and no single person has changed the face of the sport more than Jack Nicklaus – the player, the designer, and the good-will ambassador. The legacy Jack has left as a player can be rivaled only by the legacy he is leaving as a golf-course designer, which has spanned over 30 years. Jack was named Golf World's Architect of the Year in 1993, and in 1999, Golf Digest named him the world's leading active designer. In 2001, he was named recipient of both the Donald Ross Award by the American Society of Golf Course Architects and the Don A. Rossi Award by the Golf Course Builders Association of America. Pete Dye was also honored with the International Network of Golf's Achievement in Golf Course Design Award for 2000-2001.
Tom Weiskopf is a 16 time winner on the PGA Tour, including a 1973 British Open title. He also was a four-time runner-up at the Masters and was the 1976 U.S. Open runner-up. He played on the U.S. Ryder Cup team in 1973 and 1975 and joined the Senior Tour in 1993, winning the 1995 U.S. Senior Open and four other events. Weiskopf was named Golf World's co-Architect of the Year in 1996 and has successfully designed and opened courses worldwide.