Driver is a no go, but I got the 3W to work OK. HIO on #1 after a few adjustments.
Now that I have tried this, I don't like doing this .. AT ALL. It doesn't feel like golf, and I have used a 3W off deeper fringe around the green. I don't think this is a worthwhile skill to have or develop. Cheating or not, I'll let others decide.
My putter is much more accurate and consistent, I have reliable increments out to 300ft and very precise ones at shorter distances. It is predictable and it works well.
In real life, on the greens, I am known as a unique putter. I use one hand (right) and been doing so for 10 years. It simplifies the motion and works for me. To practice, I use a wedge, but not in the way described here. I used it edge on, in a drill I learned many years ago. It basically means using the leading edge as your putting surface, which is curved as well, making the sweet spot very small. Additionally, the goal is a smooth roll along the ground, making the intended point of contact a hair below the equator a very small mark to aim for indeed. This is a great practice drill for my style of putting.