Coworth Park Launches Polo Academy

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Good news for polo fans: Guards Polo Club and Coworth Park, part of the Dorchester Collection, have launched the 'Guards Polo Academy at Coworth Park' with Andrew Hine

This academy will give guests of the Berkshire-based property the opportunity to learn and train with a top polo player alongside members of the world's most famous polo club. 

The academy offers a wide variety of lessons and polo days. Private lessons can range from a single hour to a course of five classes, while group lessons (three people or more) are also available. Hines and his team also offer half and full day Discover Polo experiences, or alternatively can arrange bespoke polo experiences for individual clients. 

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Instructional chukkas (polo games) are available for the more serious player, as is chukka hire and the England team manager will also offer a three-day elite polo academy during the course of the summer. 

For more information, email Andrew Hine at [email protected]

 

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