Just wanted to add one other thought.
Distance is a key to determine when to attempt his type of shot, along with the slope of the green.
Also, when green slopes away (downhill) the ball will roll out more.
An example when not to attempt would be less than 20 feet or greater than 35 yards to the pin.
20 feet to 35 yards is a comfortable distance to play.
Reason being, the shot must be hit with aggressiveness.
Level or uphill play to a level or green which slope towards the player is favorable.
Less than 20 feet?
From a few feet to 15 yards, Phil M has a shot -- it's open the club and then open stance so club is square to line, play the ball in front, weight on front, break the wrists, and voila, a consistent, soft low chip.
Or you can do the soft little pitch that Mike and Erik teach
One can use a variety of shots, depending on the lie and green.
For the high spinning low pitch, it is an aggressive turn to the left on the downswing and it's tough for me to play it under 40 yards.