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The Wire 5/16/2022- Promontory’s Newsletter

The Week Of May 16, 2022

Our weekly newsletter for all things Promontory!

Please Note

  • In order to improve the accuracy of our monthly statements, we appreciate you signing your check BEFORE departing our dining outlets and retail shops. Please sign and write your member number, including the corresponding letter.
  • Crack and seal work began last week in the Palisades, Bison Bluffs, West View, and Homesteads neighborhoods.

Village Clubhouse, Pool, & Playground Refresh - Update

The planned remodel work at the Village Clubhouse, pool and playground is underway. We will continue to post updates as the work commences. Due to the nature of construction, there may be some modifications to the schedule below. We will do all we can to keep as much open as possible during construction. Below are this week’s updates:

  • The Village Clubhouse locker rooms are fully open. Plumbing and shower tile updates are complete along with the steam room repairs. New swimsuit spinners were added and the flooring in the spa treatment rooms is being replaced this week.
  • The adult pool replastering was complete in early April and is open for your enjoyment. The Village family pool and hot tubs are under construction and moving along nicely. The new Nanowall system has been installed in the atrium. Over the two weeks, we will be finishing the replastering and coping repairs on the pool and the atrium woodwork and staining will be completed. We plan to have the family pool and hot tubs reopened before Memorial Day weekend.
  • The Kids’ Club playground is being upgraded with new equipment and a new rubberized surface. The old equipment was removed, new concrete edging and stairs have been poured, and the gravel underlayer has been laid. The new equipment is now scheduled to arrive for installation late May, followed by the new rubberized surface installation. Planned reopening is early June. Please pardon our dust! It is going to be an interactive new addition for our Promontory Kids.

We tried to time these important upgrades during “mud season” – between end of ski season and Memorial Day – so as to disrupt as little club usage as possible. Thanks for your patience as we work to keep our amenities in top shape for our members.

Happening This Week

Beach Club Cabana Rentals

The Beach Club opens for the summer on Friday, May 27th. Beach Club Cabana Rentals reservations today Monday, May 16th.

Cabana Rentals
Weekday (Monday – Thursday)
$100 half day/$200 full day

Weekend (Friday – Sunday)
$150 half day/$300 full day

Contact Reservations at (435) 333-4004 or email below to reserve your cabana starting today, Monday, May 16th!

Vine & Dine with Saintsbury Winery

Thursday, May 19th
6:30 pm | The Peak
$195++ per person

Enjoy an exclusive Napa Valley wine tasting event with Saintsbury Wines, owned by Promontory Member Tony Brookfield, accompanied with a five-course meal prepared by Chef Ben Cadiz.

Please RSVP with Byron Ellenburg, Food & Beverage Manager at The Peak.

Learn more about Saintsbury Winery below.

The Promontory Golf

Promontory Golf Newsletter

Stay in the know about Promontory Golf!

Now that we are in golf season, be sure to check look for our weekly Golf Newsletter every Thursday.

Nicklaus Painted Valley Course

Now Open
Wednesday – Monday
Tee Times beginning at 9:00 am

Golf Shop at the Nick
Now Open
Wednesday – Monday | 7:00 am – 7:00 pm
(435) 333-4720

Dye Canyon Course

Opens Friday, May 20th
Tuesday – Sunday
Tee Times beginning at 9:00 am

Golf Shop at the Dye
Opens Friday, May 20th
Tuesday – Sunday | 7:00 am – 7:00 pm
(435) 333-4218

Tee times and tournament sign-ups for the 2022 Golf Season are now open. Please note that we have updated some of our golf rates and charges including guest use policies for the 2022 season.

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 booking a tee time on the Promontory App, please enter all names of Members and Guests in your groupTee time restrictions to keep in mind:
  • 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 likely to be paired with other members looking to play at a similar time. Take this opportunity to get to know your fellow members and make some new golf friends!
  • 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 courteous and cancel in advance so that those tee times will be available to your fellow members and do not get wasted.

2022 Book of Golf

Read the 2022 Book of Golf below!

Everything you need to know about the Promontory golf experience. Please note that we have updated some of our golf rates and charges including guest use policies for 2022.

Tournament sign-ups for the 2022 Golf Season are now open.
Sign up via Golf Genius below.

The Promontory Foundation

Promontory's Annual Foundation Concert & Dinner with Who's Bad

Saturday, July 2nd
Shed Amphitheater at 6:30pm

We have hired Who’s Bad, a Michael Jackson tribute band, for the entertainment. It will be a high energy show with all of your classic MJ songs!

This signature event is sure to be one of the highlights of the summer and a great way to kickoff a week to remember celebrating family, friends and freedom! Each summer, the Promontory Foundation hosts a night of great music, food and unforgettable fun as a way for our Members to come together and support local Park City non-profits. Beneficiaries including Peace House, People’s Health Clinic, Nuzzles & Co., National Ability Center, Egyptian Theatre, KPCW, Habitat for Humanity, Deer Valley Music, and many other cherished Park City non-profits have been among the grateful recipients of our membership’s generous donations through the years. To date, the Promontory Foundation has had a $4.75 million impact on the community through its donations and required matching grants. 2021 was our best fundraising event to date, raising $330,000 that was donated to 27 different local non-profits. Let’s make 2022 the best year yet!

Please see the Table Sponsor pricing & details below.

If you are interested in being a Table Sponsor for the event or have auction
items to donate, please contact Nicole Barton via email below.

Join the Promontory Foundation Board

If you are interested in serving on our Promontory Foundation Board or would be willing to help with one of the committees, please click the link below to read the full letter and submit your statement of interest.

Additional Information: Board Members are required to produce a ‘Give or Get’ each year of $5,000. If the Board Members choose to ‘give’ and donate themselves, they will be able to direct 50% of that donation to a specific non profit.

New This Week

Deer Valley Music Festival with USUO

Join us this summer at the18th annual Deer Valley® Music Festival! Promontory has reserved a limited amount tickets at a discounted rate for our Members.

Please note: To reserve these discounted tickets, please do so through our Promontory donor contact at Utah Symphony Utah Opera (see link below). The Promontory Concierge & Reservations teams do not have access to reserve tickets directly.

Police Deranged with Stewart Copeland
Friday, July 1st | 7:30 pm

Patriotic Pops with LaKisha Jones
Saturday, July 2nd | 7:30 pm

Disney in Concert: Magical Music from the Movies
Friday, July 8th | 7:30 pm

The Hot Sardines with – the Utah Symphony
Saturday, July 9th | 7:30 pm

Bravo Broadway:Masters of Musical Theater
Friday, July 15th | 7:30 pm

ARRIVAL from Sweden: The Music of ABBA
Saturday, July 16th | 7:30 pm

The Music of John Williams
Friday, July 22nd | 7:30 pm

Boyz II Men with the Utah Symphony
Saturday, July 23rd | 7:30 pm

Symphonic Showstoppers!
Friday, July 29th | 7:30 pm

Guster with the Utah Symphony
Saturday, July 30th | 7:30 pm

Aretha: A Tribute with the Utah Symphony
Conductor Sponsor: Promontory Foundation
Friday, August 5th | 7:30 pm

Kristin Chenoweth
Saturday, August 6th | 7:30 pm

Please contact Erin Marr, Donor Engagement & Special Events Coordinator of USUO, to purchase tickets or if you have any questions.

Employee Spotlight
Charlie Lambert, Assitant Tennis Professional

We are excited for another season of tennis at Promontory, and would like to welcome our new Assistant Tennis Professional, Charlie Lambert! Charlie was born in Park City, Utah, grew up playing tennis and began competitive tennis at the age of 12. He played on the Park City High School Team and is a two time champion in the doubles 4A State Championship. Charlie began teaching tennis at the PC Marc and this will be his 5th year coaching. He loves teaching all aspects of the game that include technique, footwork, strategy and tactics along with the mental side of the game.

In Case You Missed It

Employee Spotlight
Chip Weasley, Head Pro of The Dye Canyon Golf Course

Congratulations to Chip Wesley who was recently promoted to Head Golf Professional of the Dye Canyon Golf Course. Chip joined the Promontory Club Golf Staff as an Assistant Golf Professional at The Dye Canyon Course in 2020, before taking on the role of Golf Operations Manager in 2021. He is thrilled to be the new Head Golf Professional at the Dye Canyon Course and looks forward to leading his staff and serving the Membership.

Chip was born and raised in the suburbs of Philadelphia, PA and attended high school on Cape Cod, MA. His introduction to the game of golf came at the age of 5, with his dad’s encouragement. Chip had a competitive junior and high school golf career in the Philadelphia and New England areas. He played collegiately at Indiana University of Pennsylvania and then attended the San Diego Golf Academy, graduating in 1995.

Upon graduating the SDGA, Chip spent 9 more years San Diego, CA, then went on to positions at what is now Trump National Golf Club, Jupiter, FL, and Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, GA, before moving to Utah in 2004. His experience here in Utah includes Hidden Valley Country Club, Glenwild Golf Club & Spa, Oakridge Country Club and was most recently the Director of Instruction at Topgolf – Salt Lake City, where he was named the Player Development Leader by the Utah Section PGA in 2018.

Outside of his job and away from the golf course, Chip is a big sports fan, especially cheering on teams from New England. He also enjoys cooking/grilling, live sports and concerts, traveling and spending time with his two daughters, Taylor (13) and Addyson (10).

Fun Facts about Chip:

  • Favorite courses he’s played: Augusta National Golf Club, Los Angeles Country Club (North), Eastward Ho! Country Club
  • Bucket list courses: St Andrews, Cypress Point, Pine Valley
  • Best round: 65 (2x)
  • Favorite golfers: Jack Nicklaus, Tom Watson, Payne Stewart
  • Dream foursome: Fred Couples, Tom Brady, his Dad

If you have any questions regarding The Nicklaus Painted Valley Course.
Please reach out to Cole Carlson, Head Pro at The Nick.

Letter from the Conservancy
Water-Wise Community Efforts

If you couldn’t join us for the Water-Wise Presentation with Mountain Regional Water and Utah State University Professor, Kelly Kopp, Ph.D. You can check out the video below.

The presentation and information shared were excellent and so informative. Please take some time to review the video and get updated on both the current state of water in our area and how you can help conserve.

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As part of our focused attention on water and Utah’s extreme drought condition, we are strongly asking that all homeowners please review your home irrigation systems and be sure that you are limiting your watering and have a smart irrigation system with flow meter installed. Suggestions for a couple of affordable smart watering systems are included in the Conservancy’s water-wise letter linked below.

If you have not done so already, please take a few minutes to read about the Conservancy’s efforts in making Promontory a water-wise community and what action is required on your part. Please note that our Design Guidelines have been updated to reflect new requirements for water-wise landscaping as well. There is a lot that you can do to slow the flow, especially as the local water districts are enacting cutbacks this year.

Kids' Club 4-12 May Camps & Activities

Tuesday – Saturday | 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Daily Camp Rate (unless otherwise specified)

Tuesdays: LEGO Camp
Paint & build with LEGO!

Wednesdays: Craft Camp
Craft it up with a variety of projects and materials to choose from.

Thursdays: Nature Day
Discover what nature has to offer!

Fridays: Science Days
Experiment, learn, & explore! Hands on science fun!

Memorial Day – Monday, May 30th: ‘SUESS’ DAY
A day full of all things Dr. Suess!

Check out our FULL SUMMER SCHEDULE FOR ALL THE EXCITING CAMPS AND PROGRAMS.

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

Celebrate Fourth of July at Promontory!

Mark your calendars! This year’s Fourth of July week is staked full of memorable experiences and events for families, friends, and new connections!

Reservations & details will become available for events as we get closer.

Summer Happenings at Promontory

We have a full line up of new, fun & memorable events this summer! For the full calendar of club events including mixers, concerts, classes, golf tournaments and more, please click the link below.

Please note that pricing, reservations & details will become available for events as we get closer.

Bogey Bunch Golf Fitness

Every Friday beginning May 6th
9:00 am | Nicklaus Fitness
Instructor: Garrett Head
$30 per session

Get ready for golf season!

This class will help you improve all facets of your golf game, flexibility, power, consistency and balance! Most importantly, it will give you the edge over your buddies!

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

Check out the fitness classes below.

May Hours of Operation

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

(NOTE: The family pool renovations will be ongoing through May 25th. While the family pool is under renovation, the Adult pool will be open for lap swimmers.)

The Sport Boutique
Open Daily | 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Village Adult Pool
Open Daily | 6:00 am – 8:00 pm

The Hot Spot Café – Opens May 23rd
Open Daily | 10:00 am – 7:00 pm

The Village Spa & Lavender Spa
Thursday – Sunday | 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
(435) 333-4210

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

The Hearth
Tuesday – Saturday | 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Closed Sunday & Monday
Open on Memorial Day, Monday, May 30th

Lunch Service begins Friday, May 20th
Tuesday – Sunday | 11:30 am – 5:00pm
(435) 333-4225

The Peak
Wednesday – Sunday | 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Closed Monday & Tuesday
(435) 333-4716
Open on Memorial Day, Monday, May 30th

The Peak Lounge – Opens Friday, May 13th for Lunch Service
Wednesday – Monday | 11:30 am – 5:00 pm

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
Closed Tuesday, May 10th
(435) 333-4622

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

Kids’ Club 4-12
Tuesday – Saturday | 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

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

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.

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
Seating at The Shed has returned to 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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