I have tried about all short irons/wedges near the green, there have been weeks I was lethal with a 8i ...... getting most shots within 3-4 ft. from the hole ..... some even in the hole (but that is luck of course ...... so in mind that is about the same as close enough), there have also been weeks that none of these low bouncing and running/rolling came anywhere close enough the 1-putt ...... I also went through some sets in the last half year and with varying lofts .... I kinda lost my short play and feel of playing the low rolling chip that could be so reliable, that I didn't bother much if I missed a green as my scrambling was near perfect.
I have been practicing with several irons, to regain my scrambling ...... but till a few weeks ago it never was like last year.
I threw my thoughts away with playing all short play with several irons and dedicated my practice to different shots with one wedge only. In my case I use a 54/11 wedge for about all my short play now and vary the trajectory by hinge or firm wrists and ball position.
Try to land the ball closer to the hole now and be less depending on roll, as roll can be quite different from condition to condition.
The most difficult for me is a low bouncing shot with about 50 roll with the 54/11 wedge
...... any thoughts to get this under control ?
I am also considering a 60 degree wedge now ....... mainly for bunkers with deep steep walls, I know they are told to be hard to control, but that sounds as people telling what other people tell......