Whatever you are most comfortable with, really. When I approach a hole, I don't even think about which way to go beyond, "Which has the least trees in the way?" It's the same with straddle-putting around an obstacle: whichever look gives you a better opening is the way to go. This, of course, assumes you are equally accurate either way. Myself, I am hardly accurate, in my opinion, but I taught myself to throw many different angles solely because of that fact. More options is always a good thing.
ok so what i think you are saying is a dog leg right depending on how far the basket it and everything matters... here in Houston there is a hole like that also at bear branch number 17... Now for that hole i usually thro a nice overstable destroyer as close as i can to the right and let it turn down the tunnel... Also if i don't feel like that is comfortable i try a nice wraith skip. Something that wont fan skip. If thats not comfortable and i wanna practice something i try a roller with a aviar lots of things you can try midranges drivers and putters are all good for this shot. Just remember whatever you try pick another disc up and try something else.