Granted I’ve practiced the lob a lot so I can hit it without fear. You should do likewise. Rehearse it often. Get good at it and you won’t be mad when you miss the green. You’ll relish the chance to pull off a jaw-dropping flop that would make Lefty himself tip his cap.
You’ll need a 60- or 64- degree wedge with clean grooves (very important for creating spin). Address the ball as though you’re hitting a bunker shot with an open stance pointed slightly left of your target and with the clubface laid wide open.
The lie conditions worsen as you go from green (“safe”) to yellow (“marginal”) to orange (“frying pan”) and then to red (“fire”). This means your ability to hit accurate escape shots or even make solid contact will be increasingly challenged as your lies progressively degrade.