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The Wire 2/28/2022- Promontory’s Newsletter

The Week Of February 28, 2022

Our weekly newsletter for all things Promontory!

Letter from the GM - Amenity Renaming Update

If you have not done so already, please take a few moments to read the letter from our General Manager, Kelli Brown (sent on 2/18/2022) in regards to the renaming of Promontory amenities and meeting spaces.

Letter from the GM - Urgent Action Required

If you have not done so already, please take a few moments to read the letter from our General Manager, Kelli Brown (sent on 2/8/2022) in regards to club access and uploading your photo to the club app. All member photos (including dependents age 4 and up with a membership number) must be uploaded to your Member Profile by March 15, 2022 to avoid having your account temporarily inactivated.

Please Note:

  • Holiday Lights must be turned off by today, FEBRUARY 28TH. For more information on holiday decor & lighting guidelines, click the link below.
  • The Shed will be closed on Thursday, March 3rd from 10:00 am – 12:00 pm for staff training. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Happening This Week

The Hills at Promontory - Ground Breaking

We are excited to break ground this week on our third Promontory golf course, The Hills at Promontory – a Forrest Richardson course, with the accompanying 18-hole putting course, Cascade Greens. Our current planned opening date is Summer 2023.

We wanted to send a communication piece to outline Promontory’s efforts in making this as smooth a construction process as possible.

During approximately the first 90-days of construction, we expect an influx of trucking along Promontory Ranch Road. All Construction workers and vendor vehicles will be parked within the golf course project area and not along the main road. There will also be traffic control measures in place to ensure safety and we expect only limited driving delays in the area. Please plan accordingly, and thank you for your patience.

We will continue to keep you informed as the construction progresses.

If you have any questions specific to The Hills at Promontory golf course construction, please contact Dan Grassi, Construction Manager/Owners Representative, at (858) 951-7711 or email below.

Golf Tee Times

Tee times for the 2022 Golf Season will open on Tuesday, March 1st, 2022.
Online tee times can be made from the Member Site or the Promontory App.

When booking a tee time on the Promontory App, please enter all names of Members and Guests in your group.

Tee time restrictions to keep in mind:

  • When the tee sheet is opened, memberships may have up to 8 tee times scheduled at any one time and up to 4 tee times in one week.
  • As is customary with mature golf communities, tee times that are booked as a single, twosome or threesome are subject to being paired with other members looking to play at a similar time.
  • In the event that a Member makes a tee time and “No Shows” that tee time, that Member will be charged 4,18-hole cart fees ($100). The next time that Member “No Shows” a tee time, that Member will be unable to book advanced tee times. Please be considerate of your fellow members and cancel any unneeded tee times in advance so that they will not be wasted.

New This Week

Vine & Dine with Terlato Wine Group

Thursday, March 10th at 5:30 pm
The Peak | $195++ per person

Enjoy an exclusive Italian wine tasting event with Chairman of Terlato Wine group, John Terlato, accompanied with a five-course meal prepared by Chef Ben Cadiz.

Reservations Required.
Please RSVP with Byron Ellenburg below.

“In winemaking, we are passionately involved, yet we try not interfere with what the vineyard has to offer, which is a delicate balance requiring confidence and restraint.” – John Terlato

John Terlato is Co-Chairman of the family owned Terlato Wine Group and a member of the Commanderie de Bordeaux, Chevalier du Tastevin, 1243 Bourgogne Society, and YPO (Chicago and Park City/Deer Valley Chapters), Terlato Wine group imports luxury wines from renowned wine-making families and farms/produces wines from their own estate vineyards in California, Washington, and Italy. John divides his time between California, Burgundy, Utah, and Chicago.

In California, John works with the winemaking teams at their family owned vineyards and wineries (Sanford, Rutherford Hill, EPISODE and Chimney Rock) focused on producing wines as representations of the vineyards they farm.

In Burgundy, John spends time with his Domaine owning friends who farm some of the most renowned vineyards of the region, then bringing their wines to the US. Terlato has assembled a robust portfolio of 17 family owned Burgundian Domaines, including those of Castagnier, Damoy, Groffier, Labet, Niellon, Ramonet, Roumier and Vocoret as well as Chateau de la Tour, Chateau de Meursault and Chateau de Marsannay amongst others.

Learn more about Terlato Wine Group below.

Kids' Club 4-12 March Camps

Tuesday – Saturday | 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Tuesdays: Explorer Camp
Get outside & explore the world around us!

Wednesdays: Dino Day
Discover the age of dinosaurs!

Thursdays: Art, Art, Art
Express yourself through the art of drawing, painting, & more!

Fridays: LEGO Maina
A day full of Lego!

Check out all the upcoming camps & activities below.

For any questions and to sign up, contact Britney Staples at
(435) 333-4050 or click the link below.

Paint Mixer at Promontory
Winter in the Wasatch

Friday, March 11th | 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
The Studio at The Shed | $70 per person

Bring your friends & family and join fellow Promontory Members to get creative with a paint by numbers class!

Cost includes all supplies needed for painting & lesson.
Purchase food & drinks à la carte from the Shed Menu.

Reservations are required.
Please RSVP below or contact the Reservations desk at (435) 333-4004.

Cancellation Policy:

  • If you choose to cancel your reservation in less than 48 hours there will be a $35 Cancellation Fee.
  • Full charge ($70) for no-show.
  • All classes must have a minimum of 5 people.

In Case You Missed It

Wine Down Wednesday

Wednesday, March 9th
4:00 pm – 5:30 pm | The Shed
Dining reservations are encouraged to attend for parties 8 or more.

Wind down after skiing at The Shed for après ski cocktails and appetizers, while enjoying an intimate performance by local, singer/songwriter Alicia Stockman!

“Alicia Stockman is a Utah-based folk-meets-Americana singer-songwriter whose music pulls back the veil to reveal everyday vulnerability. Her songs are written like intimate moments, drawing listeners into a relatable emotional journey, guided along by her whisky-dipped soulful vocals. Influenced by the vivid storytelling of powerhouse songwriters like Patty Griffin, Indigo Girls, and Jewel, she finds her home in the folk and Americana scene. Her debut album These Four Walls is a collection of “songs to make you feel and feel seen.” The album says, “I see you. I’ve been there. I understand.” These Four Walls is a luminous roots release infused with gritty blues rock guitar licks and attention-worthy melodies.”

Check out her music below!

Lodge Reminders

  • Members may bring up to 2 accompanied guests to the PC Lodge or the Alpine Lodge at Deer Valley, per membership per day. Please be respectful of these guest limits so that we can accommodate all our Members who wish to enjoy the lodges.
    • Daily guest fees apply. $20 per guest/day (non-immediate family). Limit 2 Accompanied Guests per membership, per day.
  • Promontory OWNERS who do not have an active club membership may still ride the Conservancy-operated shuttles. However, ski lodge access at either the PC Lodge or the Alpine Lodge at Deer Valley is for full and social Members. Owners must activate a membership to use the amenities. Please reach out to Membership if you are interested in a membership.
  • Day use of the ski lodges is complimentary for our Members.
    • Each Member is required to scan in with their QR code (found on the Promontory App) at the kiosk upon entering the lodges. PHOTOS are required to be uploaded in your member profile on the Promontory App or Member Website prior to gaining access to the lodges. If you do not already have the Promontory App loaded on your mobile device, click here for easy-to-follow instructions.

Promontory Fitness

Golf Fitness Personal Training
Session with Garrett

Get ready for the golf season! Garrett is a NASM certified personal trainer who specializes in golf fitness. You will improve your range of motion, flexibility, balance, and build strength.

Contact Garrett Head at (601) 520-5555 or email below to book.

Private Pilates Reformer
Session with Marisa Ball

Come find out why people love the Pilates reformer! The reformer helps develop functional and sustainable movement patterns to improve strength, flexibility, mobility, balance, and range of motion.

Contact Marisa Ball at (435) 901-9935 or email below to book.

Winter Activities with our Outfitter

Guided Snowshoeing
Fridays and Saturdays at 11:00 am
Meet at The Outfitter’s Cabin

Ski days with Outfitter Sean Smith

Park City Mountain: Wednesdays
Leaving the PC Lodge at 10:00 am

Deer Valley: Fridays & Saturdays
Leaving the Alpine Lodge at 10:00 am

Please sign up with the Outfitters in advance. Contact them at (435) 333-4001 or email below.

Community Corner

Mahjong

Every Wednesday
1:00 pm
Dye Library
Beginners welcome

Reservations not required

Canasta

Every Friday
1:00 pm
Dye Library
Beginners welcome

Reservations not required

Bridge

Every Tuesday
1:30 pm
Dye Library
Beginners welcome

Reservations not required

March Hours of Operation

Alpine Lodge at Deer Valley
Open Daily | 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
(435) 692-9901

PC Lodge at Park City Mountain
Open Daily | 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
(435) 692-9915

The Village Clubhouse (formerly Ranch Clubhouse)
Open Daily | 6:00 am – 8:00 pm
(435) 333-4000

Ice Skating Rink
Open Daily | 12:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Weather Permitting

The Boutique (formerly Ranch Club Sports Shop)
Open Daily | 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Village Adult Pool – Closed for the season

The Village Spa & Lavender Spa
(formerly Ranch Clubhouse Spa & The Sage Spa)
Open Daily | 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
(435) 333-4210

Reservation Desk at Double Deer
Open Daily | 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
(435) 333-4004

The Hearth|
Tuesday – Saturday | 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Closed Sunday & Monday
(435) 333-4225

The Peak
Wednesday – Sunday | 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Closed Monday & Tuesday
(435) 333-4716

The Shed – Open Daily
7:00 am – 11:00 am | Full Breakfast
11:00 am – 12:00 pm | Small Bites Menu
12:00 pm – 9:00 pm | Lunch & Dinner Service
9:00 pm – 10:00 pm | Small Bites Menu
(435) 333-4622

Shed Lanes (Bowling alley)
Open Daily | 10:00 am – 9:00 pm
Lane reservations recommended

Kids’ Club 4-12
(formerly the Kids’ Kinnikinnick Cabin)
Tuesday – Saturday | 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Nicklaus Fitness
Open Daily | 7:00 am – 3:00 pm

Luke Ridge Tubing Hill
Friday – Sunday | 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Weather Permitting
Closes for Season on March 19th

Club Reminders

Movie Nights at The Shed Cinema

Daily Showings at 2:00 pm, 4:30 pm, & 7:00 pm
Ask a Shed Server for complimentary popcorn.

Luke Ridge Tubing Hill

Tubing for owners and members is included as part of your monthly dues.

Daily guest use fees apply for your accompanied guests ($15/person or a 10-punch pass available for $100. Guest passes may be purchased in person at the tubing hill check-in inside the Beach Club).

Waivers are required to use the tubing hill.

Indoor Activities at The Shed

Enjoy great Winter programming offerings in the Shed Sports Court: we are excited to offer select times for both indoor pickleball and indoor volleyball, along with our fitness classes. Please refer to the following schedule which will be posted weekly in The Wire for easy reference.

You can download the schedule below.

Dining at Promontory

Reservation Office Hours
Open Daily | 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Contact the reservations office at (435) 333-4004 or email them here to book your reservation.

We welcome walk-in dining in our outlets and do our best to accommodate with available space. Please call ahead if you have a large party (8 or more) so we may better prepare for your arrival and avoid any delays in accommodating you.

Shed Reservation Policy
In an effort to manage our holiday usage, we implemented some temporary reservation guidelines at The Shed. Thanks for your cooperation and patience. After reviewing typical member use patterns and evaluating how to best serve our members with the greatest opportunity to dine, we have updated and simplified our Shed reservation guidelines as follows:

Please make a reservation for parties of 8 or more. All other parties will be seated on a first-come, first-served basis. Please contact Shed Manager at (435) 333-4608 for parties of 15 or more.

View The Menus Below:

  • Click Here for The Shed Menus
  • Click Here for The Peak Menus
  • Click Here for The Hearth Menu

No Corkage Fee Nights

  • The Hearth – No corkage fee is Tuesday
  • The Peak – No corkage fee is Wednesday

Hearth & Peak Restaurant Reservation Cancellation Policy

  • Cancellations need to be made either by using the Promontory App or by emailing reservations@promontoryclub.com.
  • Cancellations are accepted up to 12:00 pm on the day of the reservation.
    • Reservations can only be honored up to 20 minutes past the reservation time.
  • A No-Show fee of $25 per person up to $100 will be applied to your member account if the reservation is not canceled and no one from your group comes to the restaurant at the time of the reservation.

Grab & Go Breakfast at The Shed
Stop in before your day on the slopes to grab a breakfast burrito or breakfast sandwich, all for $8. Customizable with bacon, sausage, or no meat. Breakfast and complimentary coffee/tea are available daily from 7:00 am – 11:00 am.

Dining Dress Code
The following dress code is to be observed in the dining rooms. We request collared shirts (regular or banded) with sleeves or a nice sweater/dress turtleneck or mock neck for gentlemen and blouses for women when dining in the Hearth Grill or The Peak. Slacks, shorts, dresses, or skirts of mid-thigh length are considered appropriate dining attire as well as jeans or denim pants. No headwear may be worn in The Peak or The Hearth Grille dining rooms after 5:00 pm. Dress Hats when part of the ensemble will be permitted. Flip flops are not permitted in either dining room. Your comfort is a priority; however, we would like to maintain the elegance of our club dining experience.

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