All three pin placements are relatively the same distance and are dangerously close to the sidewalk and out of bounds.
I do not recommend running straight at he basket because it is easy to overthrow and end up in the street. For the left and center pin placements I throw a very high hyzer that either catches the trees and drops by the pin, or skips pin high and stays in bounds.
When the basket is in the far right it is very easy to go OB, I throw a lower hyzer usually end up a little off to the left of the basket
Teepad change! slightly different shot. Hyzer route is most simple when its the pin is at the corner. Lefties have a tought low ceiling unless you can sidearm.
Shorte stright pin position is a low ceiling for everyone but not that difficult to get under and keep height to park it. Godd stablle to overstable midrange for all pin positions. Drivers tend to skip OB.
For advanced players that are right handed and throw primarily backhand I would recommend a midrange or a fairway driver. A straight rip with a buzzz or roc can get to the basket, but I like to throw a fairway driver that will fade slightly in. Don't throw a driver because there is a road not to far behind the basket. There is also a sidewalk just to the right of the basket that you should keep in mind.