Important Club Information

A PARK CITY PRIVATE FAMILY COMMUNITY

Certainly you expect a Park City private family community and golf club to offer amenities such as championship golf, skiing and a spa and fitness center.
Promontory delivers like no other mountain home community.

When members are at Promontory they’re not just visiting one of the most luxurious places in Utah—they’re living here. More adventure awaits for your family at the
Outfitter’s Cabin, the Kid’s Kinnikinnick Cabin, and the Equestrian Center.

Concierge Services

435-333-4000 | concierge@promontoryclub.com

The Promontory Concierge is your first stop for virtually every need. Our concierge team is available during Ranch Clubhouse business hours to answer questions, assist you with arrangements, and generally make your club experience a great one!
Contact the Concierge for these and other related services:

Dining Reservations for The Hearth and Peak restaurants
Member Events
Local Lodging Assistance
Transportation
Local Restaurant Reservations
Local Event Ticketing
Home maintenance Referrals
Park City and Regional Information

GUEST USE POLICY

The Guest / Extended Family Use Policies and Authorization is made with respect to the Membership Plan and Rules and Regulations of the Promontory Club, which documents (including all applicable definitions therein) are incorporated herein by reference.

To download a PDF of the complete Guest Use Policies, click here: 2017 Guest Use Policies

Fee Schedule

The Fee Schedule provides you with the most current dues, fees, and charges set by Promontory.

To download a PDF of the complete Fee Schedules, click here: 2017 Fee Schedule

Guest Authorization Form

The Guest / Extended Family Authorization Form is provided, to allow your guest authorization for use of the Club and its Facilities and to ensure the proper charges are applied to the correct parties. Please fill out a copy and fax to 435-333-4692.

To download a PDF of the Guest Authorization Form, click here: 2017 Guest Authorization Form.

Rules & Regulations

These Rules and Regulations have been established by the Club to protect the Club Facilities and to promote the health, safety, welfare and enjoyment of persons using the Club Facilities. The Club is committed in providing all Members and their Guests with an enjoyable club experience.

To download a PDF of the complete Rules and Regulations, click here: 2017 Rules and Regulations

Club Policies

To help us ensure the best possible experience for all members please be sure that you, your Family and Guests observe Promontory Golf Club rules which can be found in Promontory’s most current Field Guide 2016.

Clubhouse Regulations

HEARTH & PEAK RESTAURANT ATTIRE – The same dress code as stated for golf attire is applicable to the restaurants and will be enforced by the Club staff as appropriate with the following additions:

  • Jeans or denim pants are acceptable in the restaurants but are not acceptable for golf play.
  • Headwear must be removed upon entry to the Hearth and Peak restaurants.
  • Flip flops are not permitted in either dining room.
  • Golf footwear should be cleaned after play before entering the dining room.

GUEST AND EXTENDED FAMILY CLUB USE A single guest of a Full or Immediate Family Member (other than Extended Family) may play a maximum of 4 rounds per year at the accompanied guest rate. Regard for these policies is essential in the anticipation of a busy season at both the Dye Canyon and Painted Valley facilities. Social members may play a maximum of 4 times per year as a Full Member Guest. They may also play at the Resort Access (Public) rate, subject to availability. Social Members may only play on the Painted Valley course as an accompanied guest of a Full Member. In addition, Social Members may only participate in camps, clinics, lessons and other instructional programs at the Dye Canyon Range based on availability and at the posted guest rate. Finally, Social Members may not play in golf tournaments unless they are playing as an invited guest of a Full Member.

PROFESSIONAL ACCOMPANIMENT In situations where a Full Member will be unable to accompany a group on the Painted Valley golf course, they may arrange for a Golf Professional/ Intern/Caddie sponsor to accompany the group. There is a $150 cash fee per Professional/Intern/Caddie per foursome ($75/single, $100/twosome) and guests will be extended the Sponsored Guest rate. Each additional group would require an additional Golf Professional/Intern/Caddie.

SIGN IN All players must sign their receipt for play with the appropriate Golf Shop before proceeding to the course. A starter will coordinate your start and provide you with the rules and information for the day.

CLUB STORAGE Full Members may utilize our bag storage facility at the Dye Canyon Golf Club on a weekly ($20), monthly ($60) or yearly ($175) basis. Storage fee includes bag handling and cleaning as well as transportation to the Painted Valley course if a tee time is booked at least one day in advance.

CELL PHONES Cellular telephone etiquette on the golf course is required as it relates to other golfers and the expected pace of play. As it deems necessary from time to time, The Club, in its sole discretion, may limit the use of cellular phones altogether in the Club Facilities or in certain portions thereof and/or on the golf courses.

SMOKING The Dye Clubhouse and Painted Valley Golf Shop are smoke-free facilities as required by the State of Utah Indoor Clean Air Act. Smoking is not permitted within 25 feet of building entries and exits. Please place all smoked cigarettes and cigars in ashtray receptacles when outside of the Clubhouses and in proper trash receptacles on the golf course.

CART USAGE BY MINORS Individuals are required to have a valid Driver’s License to operate any golf cart on property. Anyone without a Driver’s License must either ride as a passenger or walk. Promontory Club has several 4-bag cart attachments for situations where a single adult has 2 or more underage individuals.

GOLF AND CLUBHOUSE ATTIRE

General Attire – It is expected that members will choose to dress in a fashion befitting the surroundings and atmosphere provided in the setting of the Club. It is also expected that members will advise their guests of the dress requirements. The Club may publish dress requirements from time to time. Gentlemen and ladies are requested to dress in a fashion compatible with the appropriate occasion.

Golf Attire – Proper golf attire is required for all players whether using the golf courses, practice facilities or clubhouse facilities. This dress code is mandatory for all players. Improperly dressed golfers shall be asked to change before playing. If you are in doubt concerning your attire, please check with the Golf Shop before starting play or using the practice facilities.  Proper attire shall mean the following:

Men:

  • Golf mocks or shirts with collars and sleeves.
  • Shirts must be tucked in at all times while on any of the golf courses, in the clubhouses or on the driving ranges unless the shirt/blouse is specifically designed to be worn untucked.
  • Slacks or Bermuda shorts of mid-thigh length are considered appropriate attire.  Trousers or shorts should always be worn in a manner as to not expose underclothing.
  • All headwear must be worn in a forward facing position.
  • Examples of attire not permitted: tank tops, tee shirts, mesh shirts, sweat pants, warm-up suits and/or work-out attire, jeans (denim) pants, swim wear, short shorts, cut-offs gym shorts, tennis outfits, cargo shorts/pants or other athletic shorts.

Women:

  • Dresses, skirts, skorts, slacks, Capri pants, mid-length shorts.
  • Sleeved or sleeveless blouses are considered appropriate attire.
  • Examples of attire not permitted: halter tops, tee shirts, cut-offs, sweat pants, warm-up suits and/or work-out attire, blue jeans, swim wear, tennis dresses, short shorts, or other athletic shorts.

Golf Shoes:

  • Appropriate “soft spike” or otherwise Club-approved golf shoes are required for all golfers. Metal spike, football, soccer or other large knobby spike shoes are not allowed. Tennis shoes or other soft sole shoes are subject to the approval of the Golf Professional on duty.

Tennis Attire – Proper tennis attire and proper athletic attire, as determined by the Club Director, is required at all times. Colors are permitted. Examples of attire not permitted: T-shirts with graphic designs, undershirts, fish net shirts, cut-offs, Bermuda shorts, jams, blue jeans, bathing suits, gym shorts, slacks and walking shorts.

GRATUITIES Cash tipping is prohibited by Members and their guests. The Club anticipates sending a year-end Holiday Fund letter to Members requesting a contribution to the Employees as an opportunity to show your appreciation.

PETS Dogs or other pets (with the exception of those assisting persons with disabilities) are not permitted in or on the Club Facilities except with the prior permission of the Club. When permitted, dogs must be on a leash and Members are responsible for damage caused by an animal owned or under the Member’s control.

LIGHTNING Promontory does not have an early detection system in place for lightning. When adverse weather is imminent, the Golf Shop will contact the Ranger staffs to alert the players at each course. Please take serious heed and seek shelter either on the course or by returning immediately to the Clubhouse. Players assume all risk when playing when lightning is present.

ETIQUETTE Please try and maintain no more than a 4 hour, 10 minutes pace of play; repair all ball marks, replace divots or fill with sand, rake bunkers and allow faster players through. Fivesomes are not permitted without prior approval from the Golf Shop. By utilizing the philosophy of “Ready Golf” (playing when ready and not worrying about honors) and “Tee It Forward” you should find your pace of play decrease and enjoyment of the game increase.