there's a multitude of options for this shot, but none of which are all that "traditional."
if playing safe, laying up at the L is probably the way to go. for some reason, i'm just as likely to hit a tree on the way if i'm trying to lay up as if i'm trying to pound a hard hyzer shot down the L.
1) very hard thrown skip shot with something super-overstable. try to land it 20-30' short of the L and play for 6-10 skips down the L (as it skips it goes progressively more left and less forward).
2) very hard flat shot thrown low, slightly nose up, and with something super overstable. penetrate and bite with a big fade/skip.
3) moderate power flat shot thrown low with a slight wrist roll under and an understable driver.
4) sidearm roller with a stable disc thrown hard and at about 80 degrees of anhyzer, landing around 80-100' off the tee
5) hard low trajectory tomahawk with something stable or overstable but tilted in towards your head.
basically, if you aren't proficient at these shots, practice them
even if you choose to never use them on that hole, having skilled options always helps in the long run. i consider these to be fairly high percentage shots. unless you are a bad-azz cut roller or cut scooby roller, thumb roller, etc. a lot of those are pretty hard...
my #1 choice on this would probably option 2 listed above if it's a shorter hole and option 1 if i need say, 200' of skips down the L.