When you are trying to hook the mallet of your opponent, it is forbidden to block his action with your mallet above his shoulder. This action is called a high hook and is extremely dangerous for the player and his shoulder.
Keep your polo mallet vertically up and weightless, before each shot, unless it is a half shot.
For every shot, whatever the situation, beware : 1.Not to allow your shoulder rotation to push the right hand above the pony’s tail and out of the perfect circle. 2.That the mallet head does not move back too early and/or drop
By pointing the heel of the mallet head upwards, it is easier to make a firm contact on the other mallet as it swings down. Aim at a point on the cane of the opponent’s mallet, two inches from the mallet head the real
The thumb and index finger take the majority of the weight while the other three fingers assist you to hold the mallet lightly. The thumb is placed in the sling, which supports the back of the hand, and the index finger operates