That's one hole where a birdie really feels like an eagle. Both flag positions are very tough to get close, it can be done if you land extremely accurately but there's a lot of luck required there too.
For the left flag (when looking down the fairway) I always aim 2 or 3 yards extra to the left as the ball will usually run on and to the right after landing. I play full backspin and try to land just over the bank in front of the hole. Ideally you'd land on top and trickle down but that's very risky. If you hit the downslope hard you can end up a long way from the hole. My usual putt is from pretty much straight behind the hole, about 15 or so feet away. I've been there so often I really should be able to make that putt most of the time but somehow I fail more often than not.
The hole to the right I play very similarly, I get this pin position pretty rarely so don't have my exact aiming position in my head. I think I also aim a bit left but not as much, again full b/s is needed but be sure you clear the ridge in front or you're in real trouble.
Hope some of this is helpful.