Depends on a variety of factors. wind? pin location? In my mind this is a very open question as I could use 3, possibly more clubs for this distance.
If we are talking about ideal conditions, middle of the green and no obstacles in the way it would probably be a 3/4 52 degree, fire it in lower and have a bit of check on it. I hate hitting full wedge shots.
Interesting that you say that. I recently tried a dozen Snell MTB balls. Dean Snell, owner of this company, has previously worked with Titleist and Taylor Made, designing and developing their balls before starting his own company.
In that article, he specifically says all the balls go about the same distance. He suggests you should select your ball based on its performance on the green, shorter shots, and longer shots, in that order. Obviously price has to be considered for most of us. Lots of folks like the Snell Get Sum, which is Snell's lower-price ball. I found the MTB to perform very similarly to the ProV1, but they're substantially less expensive.
Since the Aimpoint Express class, I feel more confident in my putting. I feel that most 6' are automatic (they're not) and I'm considerably closer on longer putts. I still have a ways to go but I can see improvement every time I play.