Would I be correct in assuming that a good play would be to start a low hybrid at the front edge of the green and try to fade it back towards the pin and around the trees?
If you have a slight mishit and you land in the trap which would be at least an easy par still (1 shot and 2 putts to make par from there). The hybrid hopefully prevents you from carrying the green since you have a headwind and can probably get decent spin from a fairway lie. Should you slice it more than fade it, you end up in the open spot to the right of the green in line with the back half. If it goes straight, you're either on the back fringe or just at the bottom of the ridge. Hitting it low ought to at least let your hybrid penetrate the wind enough to get it past or through the bowl, and a pulled shot leaves you in another bunker that still gives you an easy par so long as you hit a decent sand shot.