This summer I've been working on a lot of aspects of my game, but one thing that keeps tacking on strokes is my game right around the green. So like less than 25 yards out from the pin, usually in the rough. I can't count the number of strokes I blow by blading it or hitting too soft and leaving it in the tall grass, essentially wasting a stroke. Even if I get it on the green I rarely get it close enough to have a good chance at putting it in. It's a problem.
I'm wondering, what is your strategy/swing for this type of shot. I don't mean like a low loft, bump-and-run versus a flop shot, I mean like the mechanics of your swing. I've watched a video or two or seen people swing with a lot of wrist, and I've seen people with a quicker, shorter, punchy swing with locked wrists. Does it change depending on the shot? Or is it just like any other iron swing?
Any advice or videos would be welcome, I'm basically looking for some stuff to try because I obviously have to change how I'm approaching it. Thanks!