When discussing the target, i'd ask that people use the terms "right" and "left." Convention also says that unless you state otherwise, you're talking about a right-handed golfer.
It's confusing to say the clubface is "open" - that implies that the ball will cut because "open" implies or is often interpreted as "to the path."
A ball that draws properly is pointed right of the target at impact, with a path farther to the right.
- "Right" and "Left" when referring to target line (clubface or path).
- "Open" and "Closed" when referring to clubface relative to path.
And also: where you set it up at address bears only a tenuous relationship to where you return it at impact. I've known push-drawers who start with a clubface aimed well to the left. I've known faders who start with a clubface aimed well right of the target line.