In my opinion this is the most dangerous hole on the course. It is easy to end up missing the mando's, or kicking off a tree into the street or lake.
I have found that the best way to "survive" this hole and get your three is to throw a fairway driver low with a slight hyzer angle. Also I shorten up my x-step to help get an accurate shot. It is much safer to end up throwing too low and a bit short then to end up in the trees.
Also, there is consistently a headwind. I throw a tee bird but adjust the amount of hyzer angle depending on the wind. When you get it right the wind will push the disc right once you clear the tunnel.
But most importantly, get the nose of the disc down!!
I throw RHBH and choose to throw a Stingray here a nice floater through the gap with no real nasty skip risking a disc in the water, If you do hit a tree trying to get through the gap the stingray bounce will be more forgiving than a driver. Use a Midrange!
Downhill tigh line with a double mandatory. For advanced players that are right handed and throw primarily backhand I would recommend a fast midrange with lots of glide or a fairway driver . You just need a disc you can throw low and will stay above the deck while flying under the tree canopy. A buzzz or eagle are good types of discs for this hole. Try not to hyzer out to the left. There is a road that's OB over there.