I just read many Trackman articles and often found something like that:
Look at the CLUB PATH ( not the SWING DIRECTION ) and the FACE ANGLE. Many golf instructors say that you can play a perfect draw when you align your clubface perfectly to the target but you swing to the right of it ( inside out swing ). So you align your feet and shoulders to the right of the target. And when you make a perfect golf swing, for example a 10 degree inside to outside CLUB PATH. And your FACE ANGLE is 0 degree, so it points right at the target. But if you do that the ball would go miles left of the target. Look at the Trackman data above. There you see the CLUB PATH is 3.5 degree inside-out and the FACE ANGLE IS 2.8 degree right of the target. When we compare the FACE ANGLE to the CLUB PATH we see that the CLUBFACE is 0.7 degree closed in relationship to the PATH. That will cause a draw and the ball ends up just 3.4 yards right of the target. That's pretty good. The SWING DIRECTION is the direction where the club is going at the deepest point of the swing. And the club path is the direction where the club is going at impact.
So, would it be a good rule of thumb that when i want to play a draw I align my feet and shoulders like a shot that is 10 yards right of the target and the CLUBFACE 50 percent of that ( in that example 5 yards ) right of the target ?????????????????????????? So i aim my clubface to a point that is 5 yards right of the target. But my club path ( the swing direction at impact ) is 10 yards right of the target.