Cal Anderson Park is where the magic happens for everyone in Seattle. “Cal” is the preferred spot of every polo player in Seattle, and with good reason! This 114′ x 48′ court has lights that work (mostly) until 11pm, and it is enclosed by 15 feet of fencing on all sides. It is an old tennis court that they, alongside the local dodgeball league, procured for their games. Nestled in the heart of the hippest district in town, this court is where true champions are made. When Seattle turns up at a tournament, everyone can see just how much love this court gets.
For the first installment of our new series called Court Report, we thought it would be most fitting to give you insight into where we, at 321Polo, play pick up. As most of you probably do not know, 321Polo is based in Columbia, Missouri where our club is known as COMOPOLO. We play polo twice a week: Sunday afternoons at Cosmo Park, on a full sized roller hockey court, and Wednesday nights at the Hitt Street Parking Garage, a.k.a The Garage, a.k.a Castle Gray Skull.
With the help of our newly staffed Visual Producer, Nick Barwick, we decided to give you some insight into what we go through to play pick up at The Garage.
We would love to see where you all play pick up and what, if anything, you have to go through to make it happen. If your club would like to be featured in Court Report, get in contact with us HERE!