This reminds me of the first Midlands round at Lincs when I slipped on the mud when kneeling leaning backwards, shooting on a very steep uphill tree shot, and went A over T backwards.
That was an extreme angle!!!
I did get up and recover to drop the target luckily, after feeling like a right idiot. To be fair it was the mud that had developed as the ground had become more worn with the number of shooters, but it could have been dangerous.
It's not easy for course setters to make it technical and interesting, and also safe and non discriminating for all ages,shapes and abilities.