You push or top the ball when the ball is below your feet.
You tend to push your drives when you are under a lot of pressure.
You push slice the ball.
You keep pushing your drives. You think that you made a good backswing but you know something goes wrong during the forward swing because your upper body seems to move excessively or faster ahead than your lower body.
You consistently pull or push your chip shots.
You consistently hit straight to the right or left.
You see a lot of high and short shots that either hook or push right of the target.
You need more power and push or slice the ball because you have too steep of an out-to-in swinging path.
You try to finish high during your follow through and notice that you suffer from a flying left elbow, if you are right handed. This can cause you to hit the ball with the heel of the club, hit the ball thin, or see pushed shots because you are squaring the clubface with your body instead of your hands and arms.
When you take a shortened swing with your irons, the ball flies weakly to the right.