Mike Malaska works us through a drill that focuses on driver face control. He likes to refer to the driver as a placement club.
Mike places four balls on tees to hit different shots. He hits a hook, fade, and a low shot while getting control of the face. Mike hits the ball, making the ball curve to the left, and then takes other shots. This drill aims to get a feel of how to control the clubface and find what curve works for you.
You need to find a curve shot you can do comfortably. Making the correct curve can really open up the golf course if you play the correct fade. Many players play with fade and other draws. Mike is more comfortable playing the draw when he is under pressure. It is how Tom Watson played. There isn't a right or wrong way; it's whatever gives you the most control.
Mike once asked Jack Nicklaus, if you are playing a par 4 dogleg to the left, are you going to hit a draw around the corner or a fade? Jack replied that most of the time, he hits fades. Mike then said that if it is a dogleg left, aren't you supposed to hook it? Jack replied with his words of wisdom that he was trying to get the ball from point A to point B in the air and not rolling on the ground. The moral of the story is to play what works best for you and the shot that you have the best face control.
Practice on the range. Start by swinging slow and getting control of the clubface. Then hit big curves, big hooks, and big slices. Hit it low, hit it high, so you start to learn control and get your hands to control the clubface. That will pay big dividends when you go out to play.