Up until this point, I can say that all of these shrine puzzles in Breath Of The Wild have been fun, but things changed once I reached the Myahm Agana Shrine. I’m not sure if things are better on the Switch, but on the Wii U, they force you to use the motion controls to solve this puzzle which makes it a big pile of crap. Thankful, through quite a bit of frustration trying to get the ball to onto the platform at the very end, I found a cheat that makes this puzzle a lot easier.
Getting the ball from the maze to the platform is still going to be tricky, but this will make it much quicker to retry if you fail. Start by letting your current ball fall off the maze. As this is happening, tilt the controller down toward you so that the maze is pointing downwards and the ball will fall off. When a new ball respawns, move the controller back upwards and if you time it right, the ball will fall right into the final section of the maze. From here you can easily have a quick try at getting the ball across to the platform. This part is no easy task though.
If you are having trouble getting the ball over, the only way I know of doing it is to tilt the controller all the way over to the right. Then go all the way to the left. This will make the ball start rolling. Once the ball goes past the fence and is rolling on the platform sticking out of the maze, quickly tilt right again. The ball will keep rolling left, but the sudden move will cause it to fly up into the air and if you kept the controller even enough, it will land on the platform on the other side.