If the tees were so far forward that I actually had a chance to hit the green, it would mostly depend on the bunkers themselves and how well or poorly I've been hitting out of sand.
Looks like a nice course so I assume there is decent sand in those bunkers. When I actually practice bunker shots (and it's been a while), I can get out of them ok. So I'd want to know how big a lip I'd have to negotiate on the big bunker and what the chances are of catching a fried egg.
Anything less than reasonable confidence coming out of the sand would mean the layup. Probably targeting halfway between the two smaller bunkers on the left.
Assuming I could reach the green, even considering the wind. I'd probably be aiming driver at the "center" bunker, or a few yards right of it, between the bunker and the green. That leaves a lot of room both left and right of my intended line. Using my actual driving distance, and knowing its into a stiff wind, I'd still hit driver, but just a few yards further left, trying to split the fairway.