As Ink said some real opportunities to put some decent scores on the board but the LW with chipping was letting me down.
Chipping with such a lofted club in winter conditions is fraught with danger, as you have such little margin for error in regard to contacting the ball first.
Soft greens can also impinge on the consistency of the predicted landing and roll out, so I reckon it's much easier option wherever possible, is to go with a less lofted club, eg a 50 degree or less.
That will assist in keeping the ball low, (lands more consistently) ........ and then getting it rolling quicker, (more predictable rollout ). It is also easier for contact as well in that you have more margin for error.
With taking more club, you will have to land it shorter (maybe off the green), but the lower height will help with maintaining the forward momentum.
Just a thought .........