For advanced right hand players that throw primarily backhand, I would recommend a slightly understable fairway driver that will for sure turn to the right and come back to the left slightly. Like a leopard or cheetah type disc. You want to stay away from the left side of the fairway where there is an OB fence on the entire hole and all the way to the end of the park.
Most importantly stay away from the left sided OB. There is consistently a headwind here so throwing a fairway driver: teebird, flash will usually turn to the right.
This is a good one to practice because it is a good birdie opportunity if you can get the disc to turn right in the wind, then gently fade back to the basket. However if you get too greedy and cheat left you can get burned with the OB.