Play the fairway woods about one ball length closer to your front foot than the middle of your stance. You can get the ball up in the air with a fairway wood, but you can do it a tad easier when you are going to catch the ball at the start of your upswing. You have to make a point of not swinging too fast, or poor execution is likely to result.
You can chip the ball with your 7-, 8- or 9-iron or pitching wedge. Play this ball two ball lengths back in your stance so that it is closer to your back foot. You want the ball to spin after it hits the ground and so it will carry closer to the hole. Playing it further back in your stance will create the necessary top spin for this to happen.
Play the ball just inside your front foot. As you study your putt and get ready to strike the ball, you should have most of your weight on your front foot. This will make it easier to swing your putter as if it were a pendulum. This is just the action you want from the putter when you are striking a long putt.