The ball is above your feet and you are a short distance from the hole.
You hit the ball fat or hit the ground instead of the ball when trying to chip the ball up onto the green.
Your ball is partially plugged in the sand bunker so that it is less than half buried with little or no crater around it.
You notice that you have really deep divots after taking a pitch shot.
You are getting more distance out of your pitch shots than desired.
You are seeing too much distance and roll on your lob shots.
The trajectories of your chip shots are very inconsistent.
You need a high lob shot.
You allow one arm to control too much or you need better a feel for your chips.
Your lower body is too active while trying to make lob shots.