If I had to think too much about swing path and degree by which my club face was open or closed, I would never be able to work the ball today. I'm starting my 12Th year of golf (from age 27); for the first 4 years or so, everything was a push fade, for the next 4 everything was a pull fade (i was starting to get the feel of impact). 4 years ago, I bought a momentis swing trainer and swung it all winter. I also put some feel grips (reverse taper) on all my clubs the following spring. The swing trainer helped me develop that in to out swing, as it's very difficult to come over the top with it. The reverse taper grips put the feel of the club in my left fingers and quited my right hand. Within a year I was drawing the ball, so much so that I was aiming more and more right just to get the ball in the middle of the fairway or green. Throughout this processes, my body learned what an in to out swing with a closed stance felt like and it was able to connect with my brain. At the start of my 9Th season, I could no longer hit a fade; my previous fade was as a result of poor mechanics; therefore I could not simply go back to an over the top swing. It took me a year to fade the ball and even then I kept reverting to a draw as my go to shot.
Today, I can work the ball pretty well how I want. No one is going to be able to teach you how to draw the ball (especially the on line community) until you train your body to know what it feels like. If you are like most golfers, your fade is unintentional, it's not due to good mechanics.
Here is how I work the ball today, but I only understand this because I can feel shots now; that is to say, my brain is doing all the work. I still could not work the ball today, if I had to think about an in to out swing or vise verse. When I want to draw the ball, my stance is closed and I aim right; the ball is slightly back in my stance, I accelerate the club head through impact, delaying my hips (by brain is thinking about the club head clearing). When I want to fade the ball, I open my stance and play the ball to the left and forward in my stance, I accelerate my hips faster, delaying the release of the club head (my brain is not thinking about the club head at all, only my hips)
So to draw, my brain is connecting with the release of the club head, my club face is usually wide open at address, contrary to common thought. To fade my brain is only thinking about my hips clearing. I never think about an in to out swing or the position of the club head (open or closed), though an open club face at address does trigger my brain to draw the ball...
I tried a couple lessons 6 years ago and all it did was frustrate me, because explaining feel is different than experiencing feel, my brain could never connect the concept. Feel players will tell you they have no idea how they work the ball exactly, only that it does what they're thinking in their setup.