The creek and beyond to the left are OB. If you're a lefty or RHFH it's more direct but more dangerous to go that way. It winds right into the fairway practically, so RHBH can be dangerous too if you let it fade too much. Skips and rolls into the creek are common.
I go for the obvious RHBH gap just to the right with something flippy on a steep, low hyzer. If you have a cannon you can take that line right to the pin, but I always end up laying up with a putter for a 3. So it's usually Leopard-->Ion/Magic-->Magic if I don't hit a tree.
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