Again, The driver is the only club that can make a slight draw or fade.
Scott has confirmed this.
If you're 'driving' a par 3, for example, and you are not using a driver but you are using a 4 iron (or any iron or wedge) you will not get any draw or fade.
If you are on the fairway, and you are not using a driver...same as above.
Since most all holes on WGT aren't weird holes which require a draw or a fade*, as in many other golf games, this is only partly an inconvenience.
As Scott and I have demonstrated, the biggest draw or fade curve is achieved (or used to be achieved) by aiming far L or R opposite of the ding side you will miss.
For example, a larger 'C' curve, or a fade, requires one to aim way right and miss the ding on the left side. Conversely, a draw, aim more left and miss to the right of the ding.
There are dozens of threads with info about this subject. Many people still don't understand what is actually happening.
*a shot where a tree is completely blocking the shot as to require a draw or fade
*the layout of the hole, or the placement of hazards are designed to force the use of a draw/fade.
(true in GS, SOL, SOLWC, WP, PSG, JNSE)