Hopefully I'm describing this accurately. You're in the rough, but close to the hole. Maybe you're only 15 feet away from the pin.
How are you approaching this shot? Let's assume varying types of lies here, but still in the rough, so if you could, mention variations you would make based on deep, mid or light rough. What's your club selection? Your ball position?
Lately, I've tended to get better results playing a 56.14 degree sand wedge off my back foot for this type of shot in most types of rough and lies. I'm wondering if that's how a pro would play it, but if not, I'd love to get an idea of what's better.
And just so there are some visuals here, I'm stealing these three photos from @boogielicious 's thread on how to play longer shots from the rough. Check out his thread on that sometime and contribute if you can :
Anyway, back to this thread, here are the three different lies we can work from. Mostly, I'm curious about lie no.2 but feel free to share your approach for all three.
Remember, we're about 15, maybe 20 feet away from the hole for this shot. The green is fairly level. It's not too sloped in either direction.
Lastly, for extra bonus points, how would your approach change -- if at all -- if this was Bermuda rough?