To the OP... viewing your stats from WGT you currently have a 236y driving average.
That suggests your in game driving average is better than the professional LPGA golfers : Sarah Jane Smith, Aditi Ashok, Karine Icher, and In Gee Chun. Which can be observed on LPGA.com in the 2020 stats driving average category.
This does not dismiss or underplay the outstanding play of these women. They simply know how to play and rely on position, course management, skill, and putting to get the job done.
WGT can be a lot like that... course management, knowing your clubs / yardages, and solid all around game that has been acquired through years of practice. So, I doubt two weeks is going to make you an expert or comparable to professional golfers.
A highly skilled player with your introductory clubs would still shoot par or better from your forward tee boxes.
I understand your frustration, but it doesn't appear you have enough time yet to understand WGT's business model and it seems to work for them. They are still alive and kicking despite you only recently stumbling upon the game.
Good luck and enjoy the experience.