Some that you can throw low and flat that will carry through a low ceiling. If in the long position taking a airshout there could be risky. Roller is the best bet on the long position, throw it a bit more to the left so it finishes right and you don't end up by basket on hole 2.
I throw RHBH and coose to throw a roller it's been the most successful. The low ceilings are followed by an elevated climb to the pin placement, anything in the air usually get knocked down from trees.
When the tee pad is in the longest position the roller is the safest option for a 3 and the only chance for a 2. Don't be afraid to go a little to the left, as long as you get it out there you have an open look at the basket.
Normally the basket is tucked between the trees for a good birdie opportunity. I usually throw a 175g eagle with a slight nose down hyzer angle. I have found that the wind typically lifts the disc up towards the low ceiling and pushes it understable.
For advanced players that are right handed and throw primarily backhand I would recommend a fairway drive like a teebird or eagle type disc for the straight shirt position. For the long position I recommend a driver or going with a backhand roller type shot. A roadrunner is a good roller disc or understable fast driver.