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If it is due to a steep swing he probably experiences a lot of tops and chunks also.
I am under the impression a push results from an in-to-out swing and a square clubface (relative to the swing line, not the target).
If what I believe is correct, it seems like you should focus on swinging more out-to-in (but not excessively so).
Try taking three practice swings. In the first, swing normally, in to out. Then have a swing that intentionally goes out to in, the typical slice swing. Then on your final swing, split the difference. Hope that helps at all.
haha this is funny...
only because i went through this same problem last month. for me, i was definitely coming in to out. BUT a lot of times i felt like i was trying to swing very hard at the ball and held on a little too much and didn't rotate my hips enough. so i went to the range and tried to pull the ball by making my hands swing more "left" after impact.
once i got that feeling grooved, i just concentrated on keeping my head behind the ball and making a similar swing. don't know if it'll work for you but it straightened me out.
*hope that makes sense, im not very good at verbalizing swing thoughts*