You spend so much of your precious leisure time playing golf, there’s no reason why you should not become as good as you can.
The way not to do it is every time you go to the range to practice hitting balls for a bit, chipping for a bit, putting for a bit, then going home.
That’s taking on the whole game at once, which easily leads to frustration.
Do this instead. Choose one part of the game and concentrate on it. Take chipping, for instance. That’s the easiest shot to get good at.
Get a lesson on how to chip, practice what you learned, and concentrate on it until you are good at chipping.
Then knock off the rest of golf, it can be pitching, putting, driving, irons, sand, one part at a time. Get good at each part before you move on to another one.
The confidence you build up by getting by being good at one thing will carry over to the next thing and eventually to your entire game.