Don’t “stroke” it. Hit a “chip-putt.” From longer range a chipping-type motion gives the shot enough gas. It’s easy: Let your arms swing down from your taller stance. (Save your “stroke” for shorter putts.)
It’s a highly effective shot—but there’s an alternative. This tight-lie solution illustrated in the photo below works best for shots that don’t involve a carry over a hazard or an obstacle shots in which you’ll want the ball to stay low and run to the pin.
But if all systems are go and you think you can pull it off have at it! Make a full backswing stay committed through impact (while leaving the face open) and swing to a super-high complete finish. As you can see in the top-left photo my shot—zip!—spun back to the pin just as I’d hoped.