Is there any wind? Is the terrain flat? Is there a hill or a drop off past the basket? Does my lie give me an easier forehand or backhand route? Am I trying to make it or lay it up? Is the window tighter high or low?
Generally I want to take this shot forehand. I am better at the forehand shot at this range and it is easier to hit a precise line forehand since I can face the target throughout the shot (one of the best reasons to learn a forehand is to negotiate tight tunnels).
Probably I choose a Soft Magnet or my beat in Buzzz ( it sounds like a close call between those two discs) but maybe a Rattler (tailwind or downhill) or a Z Buzzz (headwind or right to left crossing wind or uphill).
If it is the last hole and I'm trailing by one and willing to risk blasting long (or in doubles if my partner is parked) then I run it with the beat in Buzzz. If there is a drop off past the basket or I just want to play it safe and make sure I don't blast past then the Soft Magnet.
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.