I think a sweeping hyzer would be the best route. Generally I like to preach throwing away from hazards/ob, so the forest on the right may not be ob, but you dont want to be in it, so anything that turns toward it and has more a chance to flip is a bad Idea, because then youre throwing toward the obstacle. A while a hyzer bends away, this is even more the idea when playing around water, because you can usually throw over the water so the disc comes comes in away from the hazard.
This may become a situation where the safe shot that ends up short is better than the risk shot that has a chance to park it. I would say it sounds like your viking if thrown on the line you throw the jls/ls on may be your best bet (you do think the viking is more stable than the jls right?) mabey a touch of hyzer depending on your power, but either way thats the line I would throw on that hole.
You could also consider a flex shot with a moderately overstable disc, throwing your anny line (not the best way into the wind, but if theres wind take some anny off the disc and be aware of the flip) and playing it out to the left of the pin intentionally.
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