Golf as a sport throws up so many interesting behaviours. The obsession with buying new equipment is a case in point. Very average golfers going off and spending $800 on a new driver, or $1500 on a new set of irons, thinking that’s going to sort their game out. It doesn’t.
It’s a classic example of thinking a “technical” solution will fix a problem. This happens all the time. Sleeping pills will put you to sleep but really just mask a problem. Better habits before bed time are more likely to get the best result.
How about instead of running to the golf shop, you try practicing more, or getting some lessons? It requires more effort and won’t necessarily be a quick fix but then how’s the new driver working out for you?