I throw RHBH and use a stable midrange for any of the pin placements on this hole to prevent any large skips and a lie O.B. Nothing fast is needed here and there is very little to stop your drive if you overthrow it.
In the long position, the first eucalyptas tree on the right is a mandatory to protect teepad 10, i usually hyzer-flip something here to get the distance and avoid it turning and landing OB near basket for hole 9. PD, Wraith, and Destroyer all work for me dependig on wind.
Slight downhill shot. For advanced players that are right handed and throw primarily backhand I would recommend a midrange for the short right position. A spider or ghost would be good types of discs. For the long position I would recommend a teebird or firebird that have finish to this to ensure your inside the mandatory and stay away from the OB path.