There is not just one way to get the ball to the hole.
When selecting your club, keep these points in mind. Follow the Roll Ratio Formula: A long chip requires more roll, so a 9, 8 or 7 iron is a good choice. If there is little green and you need more height to land the ball softly with little roll, a lob or sand wedge is a good choice.
The roll ratio is a formula used by many great players. In its simplest form: the lower the club, the more it rolls. So explore your clubs and pay attention to the spot you need to land the ball with a particular club to get it close. This is a great practice session, as well. Pay attention to the lay of the land, this green has a slight up slope.