If your shooting to the right you may want to try canting the bow a little more to the left?
I'm a Lefty
2011 Martin Ridge Hunter
Going by your username, I'd guess that your bow is the one on the right on the bow rack. And if it is, since you're using an elevated rest, you'll get some odd results when you try to cant your bow as NN sugested. not to mention that canting a right handed bow to the left tends to drop the arrow off the rest. If you where shooting off the shelf, you'd be shooting from the true center of the bow, and could cant the bow, an elevated rest changes that, and really needs to be shot from a verticle position, you'll have better results by changing your foot position, standing more square to the target, not a whole lot, just a bit. Just keep at it and you'll instintivly move your bow hand enough to comensate for that 1.5" left. It takes practice, practice, practice, sort of like golf, after you hit your pitching wedge 100,000 times, you'll know how far it'll go. Keep it up.
Martin 06 Slayer, Nitrous C, shoot thru, 63lb, Quiktune 3000, HAA OL 5519, Beman ICS Hunter
Martin 06 Slayer, Nitrous C, Shoot thru, 55lb, Quiktune 3000, HHA OL 5519 2X, Easton A/C/C
Ben Pearson 1968 'Cougar' 62" 45#s @ 28" recurve, tapered POC, Zwickey 'Eskimo' 2 blade
I've really been enjoying my bow! Especially once I got a set of cat whiskers and limb savers. They made an enormous difference in the sound and feel of the bow, its now damn near whisper quiet and smoother feeling. I've been shooting several times a week, basically every morning I have a day off and the money to afford gas to get to the range. My memory is apparently serving me well. Today while practicing a guy who is there fairly regularly said I have nearly perfect form and that my release is the only thing I'm not doing correctly, I'm pulling my hand back and quite far out to the right when I release sending my arrows on occasion off to the left way of target. Working on fixing that and pulling straight back on release. Sadly I had to call it quits early today after losing a limb saver. It just felt to strange with only one and being the overly paranoid person I am wasn't sure what effect if any the lopsided shock absorption would have. But I got a solid one and a half hour session before it went flying off so no big deal, the shop who fitted them for me said if they came off he'd take care of me. I'm also glad I chose this bow over the initial one recommended to me as the weight is definitely not an issue, after warming up a bit I have no problem holding back the string as long as necessary to line up my shots, likely a long time off before I want to go up in weight(definitely want to make sure I've got everything down before I even think about it), but its nice that this one gives me that option.