If you’re not going for it in two, it is probably best to lay your layup shot back to approximately 120 – 150 yards.
Left looks wide open, but you’ll be mowing that long grass with the swings needed to escape. Missing right is the best bet as long as you can avoid a little tree trouble.
Long hitters can hit the green in two with a big enough drive, but you’ll need to carry your shot all the way due to the elevated green. Try to miss the approach a little right rather than left or long.
Once you finish this hole you can knock a few beers back, cackling at your crew struggling to reach the green. Welcome to backseat golfing at its finest.