A paradisiacal location and top-class polo: From 9-13 March the Patrons’ Cup Mexico 2016 will take place at Costa Careyes Polo Club, which is located at the coast of the Pacific Ocean. Four teams will compete against each other over the course of three match days, the mode of play will be “American Tournament”. Following the last match of the tournament, an award ceremony will be held. Due to the combination of coaching and tournament this event is especially suitable for players, who would like to intensively work on their handicap. At the same time, the fun of playing polo does not go short as well as the competition and thrill of fighting for victory.

In addition to the action on the polo field, the participants will also enjoy an entertaining social program: The tournament includes a Players Night Welcome Cocktail and Dinner, taking place on Friday evening, and an asado will be held on Saturday subsequent to the award ceremony. Highlight will be the one day excursion on Thursday, a boat trip on the sea.

As a preparation for the tournament, from 4-8 March a three-day polo clinic will be held under the direction of HPA umpire Jan-Erik-Franck, also known as the “Voice of polo”, as well as HPA instructor Mark Holmes. During the Stick & Ball sessions and the practice chukkas, the participants have the chance to prepare themselves together for the tournament or (this especially applies to polo players who are coming from Europe) to have an intensive training and thus, after the long winter months, once again being at their best before the start of the tournament.

Mexico

(© fotolia / expressiovisual, fotolia / oneinchpunch, Costa Careyes Polo Club)

About Costa Careyes Polo Club
The Costa Careyes Polo Club, located in the Mexican state Jalisco at the coast of the Pacific Ocean, is part of the renowned Costa Careyes Private Resort & Polo. Including two playing fields and top polo facilities, the club offers excellent conditions for hosting exclusive tournaments, top-class polo and heavenly holidays. By the way: Due to its natural beauty, the luxurious hotels and the warm hearted people the region is also called “Costalegre” (happy coast).

Further information about Costa Careyes Polo Club can be found here: www.careyes.com

Most of the places in the tournament have already been booked, but further registrations for single players or whole teams are still possible on request. Contact: thomas@poloplus10.com or here → POLO+10 World Tour

Costa Careyes Polo Club Polo Fields

The polo fields of Costa Careyes Polo Club are located in close vicinity to the coast of the Pacific Ocean. (© Costa Careyes Polo Club)