If there were none of the factors Mark brought up and indeed the hole described was comprised of flat tron-like obstacles, then I would probably throw a beat up stratus...maybe a beat up challenger. Something that I can hyzer flip to flat aimed slightly left.
I used to try this shot with a straight putter or roc, but I find when it's really tight it's easiest for me to hyzer flip. The release feels more natural than a flat shot and timing of your release is critical on a shot like this.
I like throwing discs with a hard "c" or "cuh" sound. So I guess a Comet, Kite, Mako or Shark would be acceptable in this situation. Of course, if there were no ceiling on the shot, I would throw the comet thumber style and park it right into a tree about 16 feet infront of me.