A regulation polo field is 300 yards long and 160 yards wide, meaning fans in attendance are often witnessing events from a considerable distance.
Intricate maneuvers and pieces of tactical play can be hard to pick up for those in attendance.
Some production companies who specialize in covering polo believe drone cameras could help make the sport more appealing to newcomers and easier to understand.
Drones have been trialed in a number of high-profile matches and tournaments in recent years.
The lightweight airborne devices have already proven useful in winter sports like ski jumping, providing dramatic angles for television audiences and those watching on big screens at events.
In rugby, drones have been used to improve player and tactical analysis. Here, the ASM Clermont Auvergne rugby squad take part in a training session as a drone films their every move.
A birds-eye view captured from a GoPro camera attached to a drone of the Dongfeng Race Team as they compete in the 2014-15 Volvo Ocean Race.
A drone peeks above the scoreboard at Wrigley Field during the seventh inning of the Chicago Cubs and Pittsburgh Pirates baseball game in September 2014.