The Honolulu Polo Club sits on 27 acres in Waimanalo with the beautiful Ko‘olau’s in the background. The matches are played on a field equivalent to the size of nine football fields. Chairs under the tent are available; tailgating welcomed.
Since 1986, the Honolulu Polo Club has been a club member of the Hawaiian Islands Circuit of the United States Polo Association. The Honolulu Polo Club schedules five to seven USPA tournaments each year.
Organized in 1986 and originally known as the Waimanalo Polo Club, the first match was played in March 1987. Matches were played on Saturday’s. In 1990, the club changed the name to the Honolulu Polo Club and moved to Sunday matches. Allen Hoe, current President, and the late Bob MacGregor are both founding members and the club’s only two Presidents.