Club Notices

Updated Advisory As Singapore Tightens COVID-19 Rules


Rules on social gatherings will be tightened from 8 to 30 May 2021, starting this Saturday, as Singapore takes stricter measures to stop the spread of Covid-19 in the wider community. The new restrictions will see Singapore move back to phase two of its reopening. However, these stringent and tight set of measures are essential to reduce the likelihood of imposing more drastic measures down the road.



People will be allowed to gather only in groups of five, down from eight currently. In lieu of this revised regulation, members who have made a reservation for eight people at Coriander Leaf or The Paddock Bistro from 8 May onwards are reminded to change their reservation to a maximum of five diners. Diners are also required to wear masks at all times, except when eating and drinking.


Tennis lessons are still ongoing but will be capped at five people per group (excluding the instructor) for each court.


Members using the pool must observe safe distancing measures at all times. Individuals must maintain a minimum of two meters of safe distance from each other, while groups will be limited to a maximum of five people, keeping a minimum of three meters from the next group. Members are still required to book their swimming slots via the reception at least one day in advance. In-person, phone or email bookings are accepted as well.


Members using the Hollandse Club gym for workouts, kindly note that it will be closed from 8 to 30 May due to a heightened alert in response to the surge in Covid-19 community cases locally.



The deadline for mandatory check-ins using either the TraceTogether app or token will also be brought forward to 17 May from June 1 to bolster contact tracing efforts. From 17 May, all members and guests will no longer be allowed to digitally check-in by scanning the SafeEntry QR code with their phone camera or the Singpass app. Scanning of barcodes on personal identification cards to check in to venues will still be allowed until 31 May. For members and guests arriving after 6.30pm and in the event of heavy rain, please check-in at the main reception. Apart from the mandatory front gate entrance check-in, all members and guests must also check-in at our F&B outlets.



For general safety and to avoid overcrowding, only horsecare personnel, polo players, livery owners and riders currently taking lessons are allowed entry into the stable yards.


Only one parent/guardian accompanying a young child riding or playing a polo horse will be allowed at the stable yards.


Livery owners and riders should be appropriately dressed while at the stable yards. Swimwear or wet attire is strictly prohibited. Riding boots or covered shoes are strongly recommended.


To ensure a safe and healthy environment for everyone at the club, we will be closely monitoring updates and guidelines from MOH on the COVID-19 situation via


Do continue to stay vigilant by masking up, practising good hygiene, maintaining a social distance of 1-meter between individuals, and avoid mingling between groups within the club premises.


We hope to ride out the storm together with everyone playing their part. Please take care and stay safe.


The Management 

Amended Minutes of 74th Annual General Meeting


In compliance to Rule 36 f. of the Constitution, the revised Minutes of the 74th Annual General Meeting held on 25 March 2021 is hereby posted for your viewing.

There are no amendments to the Attendance list.

Provided there is no objection to the minutes after being displayed for a minimum period of two weeks, the minutes shall be considered as a fair record of what took place. If any objection is received from any Voting Member, the President shall consider the objection(s) and make any correction she considers necessary. The minutes shall again be posted as a fair record of what took place. In any event the minutes of the Annual General Meeting and the Extraordinary General Meeting are to be ratified at the next Annual General Meeting.

Click here for the revised Minutes of the 74th Annual General Meeting.


30 April 2021



Click here for the latest Bye-Laws.

Charter Membership Monthly Subscription Revision

Dear Members,

Please be informed that with effect from 1 May 2021, there will be a revised fee structure for the Charter membership. It is our commitment to maintain our current level of service and facilities while keeping the price increment minimal.

Charter Membership Subscription

Single: $185.11 (Current Rate) $235.11 (Revised Rate)

Family: $217.21 (Current Rate) $267.21 (Revised Rate)

* CPPMs (Charter Polo Playing Members) pay an additional $10 plus GST on the subscription fee

However, we have also noted that a number of Charter members do not play polo, lease horses or stables and are offering an alternative to convert the membership from Charter to Regular.

With a Regular membership, you may continue to enjoy the club and riding facilities, while paying a lower monthly subscription fees of $147.66 (for single) and $163.71 (for family).

The club will assist with the complimentary membership conversion for 3 months.

Do contact us at 6854 3999 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more details.

Thank you for being a part of the Singapore Polo Club family and we look forward to your continued support.

The Management