This might not be as good a hole for strategy discussion as some of the others guys have posted, but I think these posts are really fun and this is a hole I've considered and reconsidered strategy on, especially off the tee, so I thought it might be a fun one. Consider this one like Erik's where we all assume the same clubs so we can talk strategy rather than a ton of different answers specific to a player's exact yardages. Answers may differ of course depending on everyone's preferred shot shape and trajectory. Assume the h, 3, and d correspond to about where a hybrid, 3 wood, and driver will stop. Driver gets you to ~GW approach territory, 3w a ~9i approach, hybrid a ~6i approach.
I tried to lay out the needed info in the pic. Dogleg right, tee shot into a steep uphill. Trees hang more than you think from the right. From where the h is, or if you fade a 3w and it stops along the red line, you don't have an open look at the right side of the green with a straight approach. If you hit a draw pretty much only the left 1/4 of the green is available. Fairway in the landing zone funnels slightly right, but it's flat or even helping the ball OB if you miss left off the fairway. That red line indicates the absolute furthest right you can hit a tee shot straight, and even that might be generous. If you go right the tall tree at the left downhill blue arrow will drop it, usually down the hill to the right where any shot that advances much is impossible. No tee shot with any of these three clubs will clear the two tall trees with the big shadows. Any recovery back out to the fairway that doesn't get almost all the way to the other side of the fairway that far back is blocked from the green by the trees. The tree between the 3 and the OB in the pic hangs enough that a minor miss left with the 3w can force a very low knockdown even if you don't go all the way left and OB.
At the green, the left trap isn't very big, and anything left or long of it is down a steep, high hill covered in trees. Totally screwed there. Shots short of the bunker left of the green have some risk of bouncing and funneling down that hill, though if it stops before the blue line it's okay.