You are having difficulty pitching and cannot pinpoint the problem.
You consistently have a hard time hitting out of a sand bunker because you do not know how to play the bounce of your sand wedge.
You need to chip over the rough while facing a sidehill, downhill shot about 40 feet away from the pin.
You have a good lie in the thick rough but need a soft greenside shot so that the ball floats to the green and stops immediately upon landing.
You normally aim for the hole and this encourages the ball to land before reaching the hole.
You face a long sand bunker shot.
You are about 125 yards from the pin but are unsure if you should use a full or compacted wedge shot.
You are great at hitting your long irons but cannot successfully achieve making the more difficult wedge shots.
Your ball is partially submerged in water near the green.
Your ball landed in a grassy bank about ten yards away from the pin. However, you now have a steep uphill shot to get it up onto the green.