For the sixth consecutive year, luxury Swiss watchmaker, Piaget, will be sponsoring the esteemed USPA Gold Cup. First played in 1974, the 26-goal USPA Gold Cup is a symbol of professionalism, good sportsmanship, and high-goal polo at its finest. The tournament has been played at various polo clubs across the nation, but found a home at the International Polo Club (IPC) in 2007. Matches will be played every Sunday at 3 p.m. from March 10 to March 24. A variety of ticketing options, including The Pavilion’s champagne brunch, general admission, and lawn seating will be available. Casual fare and beverages will be offered at the Wellington Zone.

As the exclusive watch and jewelry sponsor, and the official timekeeper of the International Polo Club Palm Beach and the Palm Beach Polo Season, Piaget salutes the club’s 10th Anniversary Season with the launch of their new, luxury Polo FortyFive Black watch, which will join their highly successful iconic collection of polo watches introduced in the late 1970s.
The 2013 Palm Beach Polo Season at IPC commenced on Sunday, January 6, with polo enthusiasts celebrating the club’s 10th Anniversary with record-breaking attendance. All eight of the world’s 10-goal polo players are competing in a full schedule of tournaments through April 21, with America’s three 26-goal triple crown tournaments, the USPA C.V. Whitney Cup, the USPA Piaget Gold Cup, and the USPA Maserati 109th U.S. Open Polo Championship™ being played in March and April.
“Piaget brings to IPC and our upcoming 2013 season, the style, panache, and world-renowned cachet commensurate with their brand and international polo,” said John Wash, IPC president. “IPC has enjoyed a long-standing partnership with Piaget, and we are honored to have them involved with our organization. Their reputation for excellence makes them an ideal sponsor.”
“Having our brand aligned with the nation’s most prestigious polo club makes this the perfect partnership,” said Larry Boland, president of Piaget.