Saying that, I usually place ball top right(in relation to monitor) and run line out 3/4ths way to the inner corner and just away to allow ball to slip past. Usually, 90% or better it gets to a playable par 2.
As for Hole 5, look closely at the blocking wall above the pad. On my screen it appears to be made up of 2 rows of 8 blocks. If you can see the segments then place finger(of hand shown when positioning the ball on mat) at the vertical joint of 1st and second section/column. This will have the ball at top of mat and about 1/8th from left. I almost always use the finger to set the ball.
From here extend dotted line to right of blocking wall until end dot is horizontally even with corner and about 3 dots away form corner(having a 2 dot space between corner and end dot). Swing away for a 1 bank hole in one. If the ball goes right of the hole after first bank simply adjust end dot slightly closer to blocking wall instead of corner.
Hole 6: Set ball at lower left corner(in relation to monitor. Place end dot center of right vertical board and about 2.5-3 dot space between board and dot. This will be 3 banks to hole.
If ball passes below hole then move closer to wood with end dot when aiming at first.