I saw that one...and it's one of those things that can get in your head, quickly.
I was playing Crowfield GCC a few days ago and had 145-148 to the pin—cut about 6' from the front—from the light rough. You can't see the slope that's in the middle that feeds back to the water. I was going for the slope as a backstop.
As it ends up, I hit the pin about 3-4' high and the pin literally bent and then the ricochet ended up wet: bogey.