About Arranmore Farm + Polo Club
Arranmore Polo Club is situated on three-hundred acres of family-owned and operated land on the edge of suburban Chicago. It is home to some of the most pristine fields in the United States and serves as headquarters for the Chicago Polo Season.
Each summer season, Arranmore hosts players from all over the world, who are attracted by a shared passion for the sport and the clubs world-renowned polo fields. Arranmore Farm + Polo Club has held private matches since 1999, opening its gates for the club's first public polo match in 2015.
We have experienced tremendous growth and will host more than 11 public polo games in 2018. Our Wine Down Wednesday quintupled in size from 2016 to 2017. This year, the Chicago Women's Polo Tournament is expect to bring approximately 50 women from all over the country with a culmination game with team sponsors David Yurman and Bulleit Whiskey. Arranmore is excited to continue a partnership with Chicagoland polo clubs resulting in Chicago Polo, a new initiative to expand and revitalize this historic Chicago Polo tradition.
For more information about Arranmore Farm + Polo Club: arranmorefarmandpoloclub.com
About Oak Brook Polo Club
Established in 1922, the Oak Brook Polo Club is an American Polo treasure. It was once the sport's epicenter for elite professional polo in the United States and served as home to the U.S. Open Polo Championship for twenty-four straight seasons. For decades the Club has been a popular Sunday tradition and social scene known for entertaining Hollywood celebrities, dignitaries, royalty and Chicago’s distinguished. Today, the Oak Brook Polo Club plays on the Prince of Wales Field, which is adjacent to the Butler National Golf Course and The Drake Hotel in beautiful Oak Brook, Illinois. Located 17 miles from Chicago’s Loop, the club continues to attract fascinated spectators who marvel at the athleticism and majesty of this timeless sport.
For more information about Oak Brook Polo Club: oakbrookpoloclub.com