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Contrast Pearson v Lightning, The Times, 30 April 1998, where a golfer whose ball bounced off a tree and hit another player was liable because in the circumstances it was foreseeable that the claimant might be injured if the difficult shot the defendant was playing went wrong. The risk of injury was not so slight that a reasonable person would not have anticipated it.
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