Avoid all that garbage on the right side of the fairway. It's fairly thick; outs are tough. The left side is more forgiving, but you'll still have to work through the line of guard trees as the end of the fairway. I usually hyzer flip a Roadrunner here straight up the fairway. A flick or a slow S-Curve may also work, just make sure you don't come to the right too early and into the crap.
There's a big hyzer line around the crap on the right. Risky, but if you've got the arm and the accuracy you could bypass all the trouble and see yourself putting for deuce.