This hole is wide open along the back of the soccer field, so 1) make sure there's no one on the path (you go over it twice), then 2) let 'er rip! --BUT-- your approach needs to be a little cautious because there's a big ol' creek hiding 30' past the pin, behind those bushes.
The tip provided by sisyphus pretty much says it all, but I would emphasize: 1) the creek is much closer to the basket than it appears 2) is down a 10' embankment, and 3) is a sewage overflow area. Have seen creek anywhere from 2" to 5' deep depending on weather and season. Have seen shots 10' to the left of the basket hit the path (which runs right in front of basket), ricochet to the right, and tumble down the embankment into the water. Lay up the first time you play this hole so you can evaluate your ideal landing zone up close. Once you master that, birdies can be had fairly frequently here.