Draw lengths have their plusses and minuses in both directions.
I used to say fellows with short draws had it made since they didn’t need so much spine. But, then again they had it bad since every inch of draw lenght over 28″ is like increasing their bow weight by 5#, or something along that line.
Then, when I got into the EFOC and UEFOC arrows I thought short draws were a big drawback. However, after spending hours and hours tuning different arrows I’ve come to find out that longer draws can sometimes be a pain. Try to find a shaft stiff enough, yet light enough in grains per inch to prevent shooting a 1000 grain arrow. It’s hard to do.
Simply put,,,, keep at it until you find what works best for you and be glad you found it.