Especially the last sentence, considering the entire article teaches you how to hit 'double-cross draws'.
Explains how to hit a draw by first aligning to the target, then closing the face. Then he hits a push draw that ends up right of the pin.
"I believe in having my Ph.D in impact, and the inch afterwards, and I think that's what you should do too. That way, when you hit it good, it's not a big surprise. It's not like 'Well, my timing's good today.' "
I don't want to put the blame entirely on Miller, but I studied the heck out this video series (plus I was taking lessons from a reputable instructor on the top of Golf Magazine lists), practiced a lot, didn't improve that much, hit a lot of hooks and quit the game cold turkey for 3-4 years.