According to equipment reviews, the Mojo is a distance ball with fairly good stopping power. For the D2 family, the newer D2+ Feel is supposed to deliver distance and greenside control.
Being that you have a beginner's HDCP, I would suggest you get a short-game lesson. I get a short-game checkover every few years, and I always learn something new.
A skilled instructor can take you further toward short-game control in an hour than you can take yourself with a whole season of hit and miss. Also, good contact on partial wedges and chip-and-run can build a foundation for a solid full swing.
Even your putts go 6-12 feet too far....
Feel type shots, including longer putts can be difficult to judge, primarily because they're often not practiced. I'm not trying to be glib, but if you're landing your 50 yard pitches on the middle of the green and finding that they run through the green, learn to land them at the front, or even short as necessary.
It's also worth noting that distant balls like those you're playing tend to produce less spin, meaning that you need to accept that and simply play for more roll than you'd get from a higher spin ball. And no, I wouldn't necessarily recommend a higher spin tour type ball for a high handicap beginner.