Mike Malaska shows us how there are three ways to hit a draw.
First, you can set the clubface closed and make your normal swing. That will make the ball draw.
Second, set up, and move the ball back in your stance, making your swing path come more from the inside, which will also make it draw.
Third, you can also swing and turn the face over with your hands to make the ball draw. Your hands can adjust the clubface and make the ball draw.
When you hit a tennis ball with a racket, you can hit it straight or add topspin. Your hands determine what the face does.
Mike learned how to make a draw through his experience pitching in baseball. Mike uses the pressure of his fingers to manipulate the clubface's direction on the ball, just like a baseball pitcher makes when throwing a fastball or a slider.
The critical thing is that you need what works best for you on the range, then take it to the course.
There is no right or wrong way to make the ball draw, fade, or go high or low. Try experimenting on the course and determine which method suits you the best.