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  • 6) TACTICAL THINKING

    Continually watch your team’s best player to whom you must relate your position in attack and defenc

    December 1, 2014 • Technical Tips • Views: 1485

  • Walt Disney used to play polo

    Enthusiast polo player, Walt Disney was the capitain of the Mickey Mouse team and he used to play polo as soon as he left the studio. The producer even released in 1936 a cartoon of a polo game! The Mickey’s Polo team set

    December 1, 2014 • DID YOU KNOW? • Views: 3923

  • Winston Churchill, polo player

    Winston Churchill said : “A Polo handicap is your passeport to the world”. His shoulder would regularly dislocate, that’s why he strapped his arm to his side to play polo.

    December 1, 2014 • DID YOU KNOW? • Views: 2338

  • Is the weaker player always the No. 4?

    Not necessarily. The No. 1 and 4 positions are considered the best places to put the team’s weaker players, particularly the latter because it’s primarily a defensive role. (the No. 4, or Back position is certainly the least

    December 1, 2014 • DID YOU KNOW? • Views: 1483

  • The player’s equipment

    HELMET: Hard surface internally padded to protect players head. The external surface is covered in fabric or leather; thus the polo helmet is completely customizable. I can have 2 or 4 attachment points for the under-chin band.

    November 10, 2014 • Polo Basics, CONSULT • Views: 2024

  • What is the Handicap in Polo?

    The business of the Handicap Committee shall be conducted in accordance with the following Regulations, or such amendments thereto as the Members may by simple majority from time to time decide. Club Handicap Committees Each

    November 10, 2014 • Polo Basics, CONSULT • Views: 4200

  • Roles of the Players

    A polo team is made up of four polo players. The four players on each team are assigned positions, designated by the numbers from 1 to 4 and worn on their team jerseys. The Number 1 is a forward, and attacking offensive player.

    November 10, 2014 • Polo Basics, CONSULT • Views: 2086