Golf isn't for everyone and James Anderson learnt it the hard way


Broad said his pal was "perfectly fine" after the fail, as England enjoyed some rest and relaxation before their second Test against India at Lord's.

In a video shared by England team-mate Stuart Broad on Twitter, Anderson appeared to fancy himself as Seve Ballesteros as he attempted a hard escape from the trees.

James Anderson suffered a blow while playing golf. Surely Golf is a sport James would stay away from, henceforth.

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The ball hit the root of a tree and rebounded off it before hitting the pacer on his face.

Anderson, who plays golf right-handed despite batting left-handed, admitted he'd had to check he wouldn't need to check in with a dentist.

England's leading wicket-taker in Tests took to Twitter and confirmed he wasn't missing any teeth after the injury scare but insisted the accident will not put him off golf.

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Luckily, no major damage was caused as Stuart Broad, who was also present at the venue, recorded the entire incident.

England won the first match by 31 runs at Edgbaston last Saturday with Anderson finishing with 4 wickets while Broad picked up a couple in the second innings.

After completing the Test match on the fourth day, the England players were given an off day yesterday.

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Meanwhile, England have included Chris Woakes in the squad for the second Test and the Royal Challengers Bangalore all-rounder is likely to replace Stokes.