I'm a feel player, so I try not to think too much about the mechanics of my swing. But when I do think about my swing keys, I realize they're things that can help anyone gain better control of the driver. Like how I grip down on the club a couple of inches, how I shorten my backswing, and how I try to sync up my arms and body through impact. All are fundamentals to hitting it solid and straight.
Growing up, my biggest problem was hooking my drives. When I was little, to compete with the bigger kids, I knew I had to hit the ball with a closed clubface to get any distance on my tee shots.
I've learned over the years that it's more important to make an efficient swing. Now, in addition to range time, I spend a lot of time in the gym with my teacher trying to get stronger and improve that efficiency. If you're in the best physical condition, you can be 1 up on everybody.