Oct 16, 2018 7:03 PM

Kevin Brown and Chip McKenney. ©Sara Cole.
Kevin Brown and Chip McKenney. ©Sara Cole.

Palm City Polo Club (PCPC) in Boynton Beach, Florida, has announced its robust season schedule for 2019. Action-packed weekends include 8- to 12 and 4- to 6-goal tournament leagues. This year, PCPC introduces its new 1-goal tournament league for players looking to gain grass polo experience in a tournament format as well as an arena league, both debuting in November of 2018. With a wide variety of tournament levels, PCPC offers polo for everyone and promotes an environment where novice to high-goal players compete in a relaxed atmosphere with all the amenities of a safe full-service polo training facility

Schedule of Tournaments

Fall Classic: 1-30 (4- to 8-goal)
Gay Polo League Annual Thanksgiving Polo Clinic: 20-22
1-Goal League: 1-30
Arena League: 1-30

USPA Kay Colee Memorial: 7-30 (6- to 10-goal)
1-Goal League: 7-30
Arena League: 7-30

JANUARY (2019)
8-12 Goal Challenge Cup: 4-27
4-6 Goal Challenge Cup: 4-27
1-Goal League:4-27
Arena League: 4-27

8-12 Goal Gold Coast Classic:1-24
4-6 Goal Gold Coast Classic:1-24
1-Goal League: 1-24
Arena League: 1-24

MARCH (2019)
8-12 Goal Trust Cup: 1-24
4-6 Goal Trust Cup: 1-24
1-Goal League: 1-24
Arena League: 1-24

APRIL (2019)
8-12 Goal Primavera Cup: 5-28
4-6 Goal Primavera Cup: 5-28
1-Goal League: 5-28
Arena League: 5-28

MAY (2019)
6-10 Goal Sun Cup: 3-26

The 4- to 8-Goal Fall Classic will kick off the season while the always popular annual Gay Polo League Clinic & Friendsgiving will return to PCPC during Thanksgiving week of 2018. The 6- to 10-Goal USPA Kay Colee Memorial and the 6- to 10-Goal Sun Cup will bookend the year–first presenting the USPA Kay Colee Memorial 6-to 10-Goal in December of 2018 and the Sun Cup 6- to 10-Goal in May of 2019.

In addition to the traditional polo leagues, PCPC will offer a weekly 1-goal league and arena polo league. These tournaments give up-and-coming players room to grow and the opportunity to learn and compete every weekend with a variety of teammates and professionals.

Joey Casey instructs a student in the hitting cage. ©Shelley Heatley.
Joey Casey instructs a student in the hitting cage. ©Shelley Heatley.

Palm City Polo Club is an inclusive and welcoming club for everyone interested in polo. Whether you want to compete, take lessons, or experience polo from the sidelines, Palm City Polo welcomes you. For more information, visit or call Joey Casey at 561-289-9099.

Not ready to compete? PCPC’s qualified instructors can take you from the custom-built hitting cage to the saddle in a safe and friendly environment. Improve your polo game or take your first steps in the saddle at the Polo School. They offer instruction at all levels from beginners to seasoned players, an individualized approach using proven training strategies and, most importantly, the ability to learn to play on a string of quality polo ponies.