2009 Miami Beach Polo World Cup
The 2009 Miami Beach Polo World Cup was played at Florida's Miami Beach, as a World Polo Tour Cup event, May 1–3, 2009.
|Team||Player 1||Player 2||Player 3|
|Audi||Flag of Argentina Juan Bollini||Flag of the United States Brandon Phillips||Flag of the United States Melissa Ganzi|
|Black Watch/Nespresso||Flag of the United States Michael Liss||Flag of Argentina Ignacio Figueras||Flag of the United States Kris Kampsen|
|The Setai||Flag of the United States Marc Ganzi||Flag of the United States Joey Casey||Flag of the United States Charlie Muldoon|
|Bombay Sapphire||Flag of the United States Lance Vetter||Flag of the United States John Gobin||Flag of Costa Rica Luis Escobar|
|Comcast/China Grill Management||Flag of the United States Doug Barnes||Flag of the United States Dominic State||Flag of the United States Vincent Mesker|
|The Villages||Flag of Mexico Carlos Gracida||Flag of the United States Jim Parr||Flag of the United States Stuart Campbell|
Miami Beach Polo World Cup V Scores, May 1, 2009 Day 1 of 3
Game 1: Black Watch/Nespresso 13; Comcast/China Grill Management 4
Game 2: Bombay Sapphire 6; Audi 4
Game 3: The Villages 10; The Setai 9
Miami Beach Polo World Cup V Scores, May 2, 2009 Day 2 of 3
Game 4: Black Watch/Nespresso 11; The Setai 6
Game 5: Bombay Sapphire 11; Comcast/China Grill Management 3
Game 6: Audi 8; The Villages 6
Miami Beach Polo World Cup V Scores, May 3, 2009 Day 3 of 3
Game 7: The Villages 8; Comcast/China Grill Management 3
Game 8: Audi 6; The Setai 4
Game 9: Bombay Sapphire 6; Black Watch/Nespresso 5
Most Valuable Player: John Gobin
Best Playing Pony: Reina, 12-year-old Chestnut mare owned by John and Kathleen Gobin, played by John Gobin.
Champions: Bombay Sapphire.