You don't need to create a "driver" as the functionality you need is already available. From the normal Print (CMD+P) dialog window, in the lower left corner, click on the PDF drop-down menu and choose the Save as PostScript option to save the "print" as a .ps file. (This part may have been your step #1 but I wasn't sure how you were saving the page as .ps)
Using a macro/script utility like Hazel, Keyboard Maestro, Automator, etc., they could be configured to monitor a specific folder where you save the .ps file. When a new file appears, the macro/script could trigger to send the file to the printer.
P.S. Notice that in the screenshot, the "Save as PDF" option has a CMD+S shortcut. I created that by using the Keyboard Preference Pane in System Preferences. If you want to do the same but for the "Save as PostScript" option... Open the Keyboard Preference, switch to Shortcuts, select App Shortcuts on the left then click the [+] icon below. Set the shortcut for All Applications, Menu Title of "Save as PostScript...", and the Shortcut as CMD+S. You can use CMD+S because the normal shortcut for CMD+S (File>Save) is not available when the Print dialog is shown. Another good shortcut is CMD+P for the same reason. That way you press CMD+P, wait a second for the dialog to appear, then press CMD+P again.