ABOUT THE CLUB
Established in 2019 as the only full-service Polo Club in the Chicagoland area, the facility that Las Brisas Farm and Polo Club calls home has a storied polo history with its roots dating back to the 1970’s. In 1999 the Wigdahl family acquired 60 acres from the Moody Bible Institute and worked for years to create the polo grounds that Las Brisas now calls home. The original grounds were designed by the Wigdahl family and their extensive polo history created a thoughtful facility design that acted as the foundation for a spectacular polo setting. The Wigdahl’s polo acumen culminated with Daivd Wigdahl (7 goals) winning the US Open in 1978.
Today the Las Brisas Farm and Polo Club is a premier luxury sporting destination in Elgin, IL, located on 60 perfectly manicured acres, including 2 grass polo fields, a stick and ball field, a regulation-size polo arena, a half-mile horse track, on-site stabling for 77 horses, a Player’s clubhouse and 12 large paddocks.
Pictured left to right: Stuart Mckenzie, Antonio Herrera,
Paul Butler Sr., Jorie Butler, Jeffery Kent, and David Wigdahl