Another thread has motivated me to post about an issue I'm having. First off, I have a device that measures ball data so everything I'm talking about is measured. To make this as short as possible, I am trying to eliminate a two way miss with all shots, but especially my driver. Having fiddled with things for a few months I've been pretty successful but I have a question about hitting push draws. Basically, how much of a push is too much? Lets say we talk in degrees, do you think you can repeatably push draw a driver with a starting launch of +1 degrees? +4? +5? +10? Obviously the further right you start it, the harder it is to bring it back and I've found my best drives start at around 3 degrees right of my start line. I can hit it 8 degrees to the right and bring it back some, but not the whole way and if I miss I'm off the planet right. All this said though, I'm more consistent when I start it off almost straight and draw it. Say +0.5 to +1 off to the right. Starting it off around there seems to really reduce 2 way misses as opposed to starting it off +3-4 degrees and then not closing the face in time sending my ball way right. It does bring an overdraw more into play for me though. I guess I'm curious how you guys play it. Do you try to hit a big push and bring it back or do you hit a small push draw? Which is more manageable for you and which eliminates 2 way misses for you best?