Now- I will really confuse you! I've also heard and read about players who tee it up WAY HIGH into the wind figuring that it encourages an upward hit that reduces backspin so that the ball will bore thru the wind. I, however, do NOT follow this as I mentioned. Only because I tried it and it seemed to make me try and swing harder- which usually meant a crowned pop up to the shortstop or a thinned grass skimmer that stops just around the Ladies tee.
For any golf problem, you are going to get all kinds of theories- I play with a guy who will take his 3 wd off the deck into a strong wind. Generally works for him. Ball stays relatively low with a fade that isn't out of control. He's not a long hitter, but he is usually chipping on and putting for par. I may do this on occasion as well. It comes down to what YOU feel your best option is. For a while, I played a 2I 'stinger' draw that was a go to shot, not only into the wind but maybe on that narrow hole with trouble right. Never really went more than 20-30 ft in the air the whole time and would take a nice roll. then those clubs were stolen and I lost the magic club for that shot.
Right now, I have a Callaway FTiZ 13* fairway wood that I use off the tee strictly for these situations- either into a stiff breeze, or on several holes where the Driver is too much for the dogleg. It is useless for me off the deck, but a low tee and a normal swing keeps it flighted lower with a "baby draw" (as Miller likes to say).