Yesterday I was playing in about 40mph winds and used the 3-wood bump in run more than I have ever used it. From 70 yards, I was hitting full gap wedges and low 3/4 pitching wedges. It was ridiculous. Only good thing was the ball would land on the green and stop dead, so if I could guage my distance well enough, you could fire at every flag and have it sit dead.
With the 3-wood bump, I usually try to take the ball just off center towards the toe and have it in my normal putting position. For me, I get more run and can control it better than hitting dead center.
If you haven't done a 3-wood bump and run, you just grip down a lot (my bottom hand is gripping the shaft of the club) and use a putter swing. Very easy, and works great on those windy days.
Oh, and I shot an 78, it was brutal.
As for the chip in run, I use any club depending on the lie and how I need the ball to react. Like 19 said, it can be done with any club but it takes some practice to get distances down.