Pepsi, here is the easiest, quickest fix I can give you. Next time you play, warm up, do whatever it is you do to get ready. On the first hole find a nice solid tree, take your driver, step up to the tree and head butt the tree as hard as you possibly can.
Oh sure. You make it sound so easy. What kind of tree? Elm? Maple? What kind of tree offers the most effective resistance to my forehead? Or do I need little eyebrow and nose action in there too? My posture as I prepare to strike, and then when I make actual contact, how far should my head recoil? Should I draw blood?
Can I do drills at home with shrubs in my backyard?
I need to know everything about the entire head banging experience before I can be expected to even go near a tree.
I used to bang my head on brick walls (before I found golf offers me the same kind of experience, only longer). But I can't be expected to bang my head against anything until I understand exactly why I'm banging, how hard to bang, how often, intervals between bangs, what kind of pain I can expect to experience, and the correct sound of pain I'm expected to make. Yell? Cry? Scream? I need to find a good head banging instructor who understands my particular head banging style and can explain to me not only everything I need to know about head banging, but everything I don't need to know.
Only then can my golf game progress. Meantime, you have given me some great leads for some videos and books about tree identification I can add to my already enormous collection of golf trivia which I constantly refer to and then reject.