This course is 5 min from my work. I play 9 here during lunch all the time. There's really only one set of legitimate tees- the shorts are just unmarked wooden bumps on the ground that you trip over from time to time.
I throw a meteor on a steep hyzer so it will flip up some and glide, but steep enough that it can't flip up flat (rhbh). I've come close to acing it many times, both in the air and on the skip.
I have a lefty friend that takes the left hand route on basically the same line, but he throws a dx teebird from a standstill.