For a rhbh player, the key to this hole is a good hyzer-flip; the closer to the right side of the large tree in the center is better. A pure hyzer will more often than not either leave you short in front of the trees guarding the pin or within the large tree in the lower left side of the fairway. For lhbh or rhfh players, a hyzer is possibly but is risky business when the rough is high, due to 90% of the flight is over said rough.
Be careful of disguised headwinds here. You'll often feel nothing on the tee pad and then notice a strong headwind as you start walking down the fairway. And then it'll make sense why your disc is unfindable in the madness of bushes to the right.
Although a LHBH can park this hole with a good hyzer shot to the right of the center tree, throwing a very slight anny shot to the left of the center tree will allow smaller arms to have a better chance at reaching the hole, and the worst case scenario on that shot is that you hit the group of trees in front of the pin and have a 45' uphill putt.