Plan for zero spin and 15 feet of roll once the ball hits the green. It may not get you close enough for a one-putt but it can definitely save you a stroke from a spot that normally leads to blowups.
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.
I always know when a Tour player is happy with his putting stroke—and not because I have access to his stats. It’s the words he uses. When I hear “Pelz I’m starting the ball on line on almost every putt” it’s music to my ears.