Inductee to the Polo Hall of Fame

Norman Brinker
Elected March 6, 1998

The spirit of the competitor and the heart of the civic-minded add up to the eminence of Norman Brinker. For the pleasure that he derived from the game, he gave doubly back to it.

As a tireless worker for the sport, as the force behind the innovative Willow Bend Polo club, his presence was reassuringly felt, his counsel sought. On his watch as the USPA's chairman, U.S.A. again challenged Argentina for the Cup of the Americas, and American polo became the epicenter of world polo.

His achievements as a worthy amateur player are no less considerable: a U.S. Open Championship, four Silver cup titles, a circuit championship, many league titles, as well as Polo Magazine's Amateur Player of the Year Award.


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