From the blue tee, there are two lanes that you can take. The one to the right is a much shorter tunnel shot that will get you out to the fairway easier, but will leave a long up shot with little chance for a birdie, but great chance at par. The shot to the left is a much longer, more difficult tunnel shot that will get you much further up the fairway if you hit it, making a birdie possible.
The wind over the lake almost always blows from left to right. If throwing RHBH, try to throw a flat shot that does not expose the top of the disc to the wind. If the disc is thrown on a hyzer, the disc is usually pushed down and will most likely splashdown. Laying up near the red tee and having a 150' up shot over the water is also a good plan for a par.
To get to hole 9, cross the gravel parking lot past 8 and go down the bank on the other side. Try to get your first shot out far enough that you are not in the small trees to the left which make run ups difficult and may beat down your second throw early.
To navigate to hole 7, go straight out of the woods from 6, past the totem pole. The most common throw for RHBHers is a spike hyzer. There is usually a headwind on this hole so be sure to put plenty of hyzer on your shot.