The drug discovery process involves several tasks to be performed in vivo, in vitro and in silico. Molecular docking is a task typically performed in silico. It aims at finding the three-dimensional pose of a given molecule when it interacts with the target protein binding site. This task is often done for virtual screening a huge set of molecules to find the most promising ones, which will be forwarded to the later stages of the drug discovery process. Given the huge complexity of the problem, molecular docking cannot be solved by exploring the entire space of the ligand poses. State-of-the-art approaches face the problem by sampling the space of the ligand poses to generate results in a reasonable time budget. In this work, we improve the geometric approach to molecular docking by introducing tunable approximations.