You have a hard time keeping the ball low while hitting a chip and run.
You hit the ball fat or thin when you are pitching.
You want to improve on how you practice.
The ball is sitting against the outer edge of the fringe, so the clubface will move through taller grass than what the ball is sitting on.
You hit the ball with the leading edge of the club or dig large divots that start before the ball and the ball barely moves when you use your wedges.
You need to pitch the ball up onto an elevated, undulating green from about ten yards away. However, you are worried that the ball will roll off of the green if goes too far or short.
You know you are supposed to hit down on the ball with your irons but you still seem to scoop with them.
You are at a distance that is in between two of your wedges.
You have difficulty hitting your wedges.
The pin is towards the back of the green with a steep slope behind it.