I like to call this the Phil Mickelson shot.
5th hole 510 yard par 5, with a severe uphill dogleg left, to a green that's perched on a hill (It was so uphill that they had a flagstick that was double the height of a normal one, just so you could see it!). I'm about 120 yards away from the green for my 3rd shot and I can barely see the tall flag. I hit an 8I over the green into a pine forest. I end up finding the ball and the situation was bad. I'm in "pine needle rough" (like what Mickelson had at the 2010 Masters) and my ball about a foot left of a tree truck AND I'm 15 yards away from the hole, which is at least 10 feet higher than me.
I'm a lefty, so I cannot hit the shot normally. Instead, I take my PW, flip it, and play the shot right-handed (Like what Mickelson did at Quail Hollow in 2010). I hit the shot perfectly and the ball landed softy on the green, about 6 feet from the hole. I made the putt for my luckiest par ever.