Your Goal. Whether it’s scoring goals, winning contracts or conquering other territories, you have to follow a guideline just like when you play polo.
POLO NUMBER ONE
This player is the most offense-oriented position on the field. The Number One position generally covers the opposing team’s Number Four.
POLO NUMBER TWO
This player has an important role in offense, either running through and scoring themselves, or passing to the Number One and getting in behind them. Defensively, they will cover the opposing team’s
POLO Number Three, generally the other team’s best player.
This player is the tactical leader and must be a long powerful hitter to feed balls to Number Two and Number One as well as maintaining a solid defense. The best player on the team is usually the Number Three player, usually wielding the highest handicap.
POLO NUMBER FOUR
This player is the primary defense player. They can move anywhere on the field, but they usually try to prevent scoring. The emphasis on defense by the Number Four allows the Number Three to attempt more offensive plays, since they know that they will be covered is they lose the ball.