To develop the elusive 'feel' in the short game, we need to be able to see a trajectory and then make it happen in one 'embodied' process of action and perception. This level of skill ownership comes from hours of varied practise around a green where you experiment with all options of set up and stroke.
This is a standard chip with a pitching wedge, gap, sand or lob wedge. The action for chipping with your wedges is built on the same principles as the 8 iron chip and run shot. The main difference being that we want a slightly more downward attack on the ball. For that reason, the set up favours the left side a little more so.