Thanks for the suggestion. Since my original query I no longer carry a hybrid and I have the Cleveland 56, 60, and 64 degree wedges in my bag and have them mapped in 5 yd increments from 105 yds to 20 yds. From 20 yds in I generally use the 64 degree wedge for flop shots. The arrangement has worked out extremely well. I recently experimented with the MD 56 degree wedge and wasn’t happy with the result. The meter speed was better, but the spin characteristics associated with the Cleveland wedges were lacking.
A lot of advice been given out, Some good & some not so good (all advice given with best of intentions)
Click on who's given the advice & click on their Stats, Approach & Chipping & look at their Sand Save % & what you are looking for is 80% meaning on average they get up n down for Birdie/Save Par 8+ times out of 10.
If you see someone hovering around 50% well that's OK but you can see that by following their method you'll probably be stuck at 50% unless you change tack.
I know one guy who uses a Formula & he's at 89% Sand Save % & i know another guy that literally hit from every lie, distance & elevation & noted carry & roll & he's at 93% Sand Save %.