The situation: +1 on the day, E on the back nine, and you drive it into the right side of the fairway on the par-five 13th.
The wind is into you a little bit. You have 235 yards to a back right hole location and 215 to clear the middle of the right bunker. Your hybrid flies about 225-235, your 3W about 245, and your 3I 210, 4I 200, etc. You're playing well and hitting the ball solidly.
Long and left of the green is a big steep drop-off (it's tough to see this in the pictures) of about 15-20 feet in height. There's a big bowl in the front-left corner of the green.
What's the play?
Here's as much supporting information as I can provide.
The shot (on a straight line). 215 yards carries the middle of the right bunker:
This shows a bit about how the green is built up:
A view from the fairway, pretty close to where I was playing from:
This is the green (showing off the bowl - the pin was behind where I hit the putts):
The hole on Lake View's site:
So again, basically, answer this question in detail, ideally as if you're me (given the yardages, skill level, etc. above) and then as yourself if you'd like:
What's the play? Why?