2020 marks the 57th anniversary of the first match played at the Hawaii Polo Club in Mokuleia. It was 1963 when the crowds came out from Honolulu to attend the first season of Sunday polo by the sea on opening day in 1963. Walter Dillingham presided over the blessing of the field, his son Ben Dillingham umpired the match and Duke Kahanamoku threw in the first ball. Five decades and a lot of polo games have passed since that first Sunday of polo at Mokuleia. And here we are, 57 years later, ready to begin again!
A number of special events and fun social activities are scheduled this year including VIP dinners for visiting teams and members mingle. Please contact Connie for more information on member’s only events!
Reserved Tables are still available but the number is very limited so be sure to book online or email us before they sell out.