A club that is too upright for you can cause shots to go left, but not necessarily the heel contact point on the face. That can be caused by several other things. The proper lie should be determined by doing a dynamic lie test. A qualified fitting professional would have you hit shots off of a lie board to see where the contact point on the sole of club is. If the marks are towards the heel, the club is too upright. If the marks on towards the toe, the club is too flat. The goal is to have the contact point in the center of the sole. That being said, if you have a slight to severe over the top move, which can cause pulls, pull fades, slices … depending on the angle of the clubface, the mark will most likely be on the toe and generally you can’t adjust the lie enough to make up for it. In that case, we would suggest improving the path before having the lie angles adjusted. If that is not something the player is willing to or can do, we would adjust the lie as much as is reasonable to assist in the ball flight even though the over the top move will still continue to produce, most likely, some inconsistency in the shot patterns.
The lies you list are a little upright from what would consider standard, but that might be OK. Again, it depends on where the sole is hitting the ground, not where the ball is hitting the face when we are discussing lie angles.