The ball landed in the rough but the lie is also very sandy.
You know the setup and basics of how to get out of the rough yet the ball barely flies out of it.
Your drive left you hitting out of very long grass on the edge of the fairway.
You have a hard time controlling your distance from the light rough.
You are not used to playing on bluegrass. To make matters worse, the ball landed in rough.
You have pretty good lie in the rough and want to pitch it softly on the green.
The ball landed in the deep rough near the green and you are not good at hitting your wedges when you are this close to the pin.
You have a flyer lie in the thin or shorter rough.
The ball is sitting down in the thicker, outer fringe and the grass seems to be curling towards it.
You need to make a pitch shot from thick Bermuda rough from an uphill lie near the edge of the green.