Cowdray Park Polo Club

Often described as the Jewel in the Crown of the Cowdray Estate. For the last Century, Cowdray Park Polo Club has been at the forefront of competitive polo in the UK and internationally since its inception in 1910. Home of the world-famous Gold Cup for the British Open Polo Championship, which was launched in 1956, with 10 immaculate pitches and an annual fixture list comprising over 30 tournaments at all handicap levels, Cowdray Park offers exceptional opportunities for players at every level. Beginners are well catered for at the polo club’s academy. The estate also has a range of other activities including, golf, shooting, fly fishing, a survival academy and some spacious and beautiful cottages and the luxurious Cowdray House & Spa.

Guards Polo Academy

Whether learning to ride and play polo for the very first time, or taking your skills to the next level through practice games and chukkers, Guards Polo Academy offers a diverse range of options through which to enjoy the challenges of the world’s oldest, most graceful and exhilarating sport.

Set in 240 acres of stunning parkland, Dorchester Collection’s Cowarth Park Country House Hotel and Spa provides the ideal venue for the ultimate polo experience; a peerless blend of Coaching and Hospitality. (link to Guards polo Club.