Kruise Leeming is hoping to drive Leeds Rhinos up Super League – and himself to a career as a golf coach.
The 25-year-old hooker was swinging a club before he picked up a rugby ball and plays off a handicap of 2.2.
He is set to start a three-year course to become a qualified PGA coach, with thoughts of life post-rugby, and has been guided by childhood friend and European Tour member Nick Marsh.
Golf also played a key role in Leeming starting rugby league as a youngster in Halifax after his family moved from Swaziland. He explained: “I got into golf when I first came over through my granddad.
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