For anyone who wants a picture of the hole in question:
Are you coming up short when the disc rises and dives hard left?
Lately I've been working on my wind game and I've been relying on throwing overstable discs so they'll keep on a hyzer the whole time when I come to a headwind. Many times this will mean sacrificing distance and an oppertunity at a deuce, but I almost always end up in the fairway rather than somewhere off to the side where I'd really rather not be.
If I came to that hole and didn't think I'd be able to make it past the trees on the left, I'd grab an overstable driver (either a Blaze or S Spirit for me) and try to throw a sweeping hyzer out to the right so the disc lands directly in line with the tee pad. Once you get down there a ways it's a really easy hole and getting a 3 is no problem. It's a lot less risky than hoping for a 2, but ending up in the woods an and getting a 4 75% of the time. If I thought I could get it past the trees, I'd do the same thing but aim straight ahead so the disc hyzers around the trees.
Either way I'd make sure the disc I threw didn't flip up to flat. I'd want it to hold a hyzer the whole time. You could try your Crush or Monster instead of the Beast. I find the Champ Beast doesn't hold a hyzer all that well.