A long, sweeping draw will get you around the corner and up the center of this fairway. If your tee shot is long enough, you may actually have a level lie and be able to see the flag stick for your approach shot.
A pulled tee shot will wind up in some pretty thick woods while a pushed shot will, at best, be blocked out to the green (assuming you make it by the trees on the right). Your approach shot will most certainly be uphill and into the prevailing winds.
Use plenty of club and favor the left rather than the right (where there's a green-side bunker waiting for those errant shots). Once you're on the large green, it gets pretty easy. Though there's still some break on must putts, it's usually not too severe.