When I am hitting it how I want it starts out maybe 5-10 yards. Nothing crazy. But if I push it it's like 10-15. Most the time I get away with a push but yesterday it was a tight course. And I only play a draw off the tee or if I have a mid to long iron in to a left pin. I was pulling ally short irons like 5 yards left. The pulling my short irons is what I really wanted to work on. I was going to start at the range with 3/4 shots and working on club path. I don't know if yesterday I wasn't transfer in my weight forward so the face would close and I pulled it or what. So that's what I'm hoping to figure out and correct today
Not to pile on, but maybe we need to reassess reality with our performance. There is no way you're shooting 91 when your "miss" is 25 feet left or right (unless you're taking 50 putts and every miss is to the short side of a tucked pin). If that were the case, all you'd need to get to scratch is a caddy.
Likewise 25-foot misses don't go OB either, unless you're intentionally aiming outside the treeline.
Here's a test: do you also think you average 280 with a driver and 220 with your 3-iron? If so, the first problem you need to work on is being realistic about where you are.