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An Afternoon of Polo Matches

August 27, 12:30 PM - 5:00 PM

Join fellow Chicago alumni for a casual Sunday afternoon as we watch polo matches. Learn more.

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Where

Oak Brook Polo Grounds
700 Oak Brook Road
Oak Brook, Illinois

Driving Directions:
The Oak Brook Polo Grounds are located in a beautiful residential area. The main entrance is at Oak Brook Road (31st Street) and Polo Drive, just west of York Road. Ideally located near major expressways in Chicago's western suburbs, Oak Brook's fine hotels and fabulous shopping are nearby.

More information on directions.

Cost

$30 for adults
$15 for senior citizens and children age 12 and under

Program

12:30 PM: Admission
12:40 PM: History of Polo (Kirk Struggles)
12:50 PM: Rules of the Game (David Wolf)
1:00 PM: Our alumni groups will be treated to a private tented event with catering, followed by viewing of up to two Polo matches.

Match Times are 1:00 and 3:00 PM

Registration

SOLD OUT

Other Information

Contact Us: Lisa Ballard Alumni Office 800/955-0065 or alumniclubs@development.uchicago.edu

Questions

Email K. Rizwan Kadir, MBA '97

Event Details

Polo has been played for more than 80 years at the historic Oak Brook Polo Grounds. Since its inception in 1922, world-class teams have come here every summer to play and it is considered to be one of the top summer polo clubs in America. Professional players from the Chicagoland area, as well as around the world including Argentina, Mexico, South America, New Zealand, Australia, and South Africa have played here .

Our alumni groups will be treated to a private tented event with catering, an introduction to Polo followed by viewing of up to two Polo matches. This event is open to all alumni and their families. Please join us for a casual Sunday afternoon as we learn about and watch polo.

More about Sunday Polo at Oak Brook.

Co-sponsored by the Chicago GSB Club and the University of Chicago Alumni Club of Metropolitan Chicago (UC2MC)