28 Jun Paul photographs two Huddersfield Giants
This week Paul was invited down to Crossland Heath Golf Club by James Graham of John Letters Golf (Scotland’s Finest Clubmakers) to photograph two of Huddersfield Giants Super League stars, Eorl Crabtree and Danny Brough.
Eorl Crabtree is an England international representative prop forward. He has played his entire career to date at Huddersfield Giants.
Danny Brough is a Dewsbury born, Scottish international rugby league footballer who also currently plays for Huddersfield Giants in the Super League. Brough’s usual position is scrum half.
You might ask why HDTWO’s photographer Paul Goddard got invited to Crossland Heath Golf Club instead of the John Smith’s Stadium, home of the Huddersfield Giants? Well Eorl and Danny are keen golfers and they were welcomed by John Letters to see how their custom fit golf clubs can help improve their game.
John Letters welcome the guys to Team Letters, and say…….
“Both players bring different qualities to the game of rugby league and we intend to utilise these skills through their golf equipment. England International Eorl is big, powerful and explosive whilst Scottish International Danny is known for his skill, placement and quick thinking.
In what is to become a regular feature we will give updates and news showing how we aim to improve Eorl and Danny’s golf through custom fitting, game analysis and some fun challenges.
We look forward to working with the guys and sharing their progress.”
Paul photographed Eorl & Danny in the John Letters Custom Fitting Centre with James before they went to the golf course, following the guys round for the first few holes and catching some awesome swings. Good weather and great golfing make good pics!
Of course Paul couldn’t resist getting a picture with Eorl & Danny, which will now get framed and take pride of place in the HDTWO Studio.
Also a special thanks to Emily on work experience with us this week, who joined Paul on course and took the great picture featured of Paul, James, Eorl and Danny.