Generally when playing a bump and run you need to make sure you have a clean opening to the green and usually it’s best when coming from a clean fairway lie or very light rough.
I suggest playing it off of your back foot with a 7,8 or 9 iron and lean more weight on your lead foot. To keep the thought process simple use your putting stroke. The hands and wrists should be quiet, not very active at all. In essence you are putting with more loft. The ball should only get off of the ground slightly and roll out like a putt.
It is a very safe play, especially if you are not very confident pitching the ball.