If you truly ovulated late, then your period would be "late" as well
This. Short LPs don't mean you ovulate late.The time between your period and ovulation can vary. It's the second part of the cycle that is consistent.
What you're actually asking about is a luteal phase deficiency. Typically, there are 10-16 days between ovulation and your period. Less than 10 is considered "short" and can be a problem considering that implantation occurs between 7-10 dpo. If you have consistently short LPs, that's a luteal phase deficiency and there are ways to treat that.