I've now been playing golf (off and on) for 66 years and honestly have no idea how many sets of clubs I've owned, but I can't imagine it is less that about 30. In the past 10 years I've had about 5 different sets of Callaway, 3 different sets of Ping, and 3 different sets of PXG. In spite of knowing full well that the clubs do NOT make the game, I keep trying to latest and greatest to see if I can play better. I only have a couple of sets currently as I have given most of them away to kids, grandkids, and veteran golf charity groups. I do still have a full set of Pine Eye 2 (1-sand edge). In terms of individual putters, I would guess I've had a ton. I've still got about a dozen different ones here at the house (Ping, Evenroll, Odyssey, Taylor Made, Cameron, etc.) that find themselves rolled into play as I keep searching for that magical one. And yeah I admit I probably have a problem thinking a new set of clubs is ever going to help my game. But I am just too old to change my approach at this point.