THIRD GOLF COURSE DEBUTS AT PARK CITY, UTAH’S EXCLUSIVE PROMONTORY CLUB AS THE COMMUNITY CELEBRATES FUNDRAISING EFFORTS FOR LOCAL NONPROFITS
Two events bring the summer season to a crescendo: Happiest Hour Grant Reception to Present $360K to local nonprofits on Aug. 30; First Look Celebration to unveil The Hills golf course and sample cuisine from the new Sage modern Italian restaurant on Sept. 2.
Promontory Club continues to deliver on its promises to be an unparalleled, multi-generational, amenity-driven, private club while being a pillar of the Park City community. Following the two-million-dollar upgrade of the Beach Club, the summer season will culminate in two celebrations that showcase Promontory’s commitment to evolving with new, world-class amenities and its tradition of being one of the most significant contributors to nearly 30 local nonprofits. On August 30, the annual Happiest Hour Grant Reception will take place to award a record $360,000 raised during a recent Promontory Foundation event to Park City and Summit County nonprofits. With the two-to-one matching grant, the 2023 Promontory Foundation grants will have more than a one-million-dollar-impact in the community. On September 2, the “First Look” celebration will unveil The Hills, the community’s third golf course that will be complemented by a beautiful new clubhouse and Sage, a modern Italian restaurant.
“It’s incredibly gratifying to offer a flourishing, innovative private club community that emphasizes a spirit of philanthropy. Park City would not be the world-renowned resort town it is without its wonderful nonprofits that enrich the lives of locals and visitors alike,” says Francis Najafi, CEO of Pivotal Group, developer of Promontory. “We continue to deliver on our vision to introduce magnificent, incomparable amenities that keep Promontory the leader of private club communities in the West.”
The Hills, conceived by golf course architect Forrest Richardson and design partner Jeff Danner, is an 18-hole course with all par-3 holes. Along with the new course, clubhouse, and Sage, there will be four indoor golf simulator bays with state-of-the-art Trackman technology. Cascade Green, Promontory’s 18-hole putting course, was inspired by the famous Himalayas at St. Andrew. It is complemented by The GAP, a full practice facility and on-range Golf Academy complete with multiple hitting bays and a state-of-the-art TaylorMade Fitting Center.