I watch ams lose their marbles over what shot to play around the greens.
Problem is they approach it like “What’s the correct shot?”
In the context of how a good player would play it.
If you’re afraid of a tight lie and still pull your low bounce LW, you fail the intelligence test.
When I was going through my tight lie yips because I had too much shaft lean, I would run 7-iron up there…or even putter. Place from where no self respecting pro would do those things. It wasn’t the right shot and left myself lots of 12 footers for par, but that’s better than only advancing the ball 3 feet by digging the leading edge. I can promise you it’s less embarrassing to bounce a bunch of putts up there in possible make range, than sodding 3-4 wedges.
Now that I have learned to use the bounce, I can hit LW from loose soil.
The point is, you will be more successful using the comfortable shot versus the “correct shot.”
Go practice the correct shot, but hit the shot you are likely to have the most success with at that moment… “What is right is not always popular and what is popular is not always right.”