Yeah Satch, I don't get too frustrated either, mostly because I've only been playing a few months so I expect that I'll suck but I'm also seeing rewards from lots of practice and drill based instruction. I also just pick up my high loft wedges and slow down when I can't hit a long club.
I could personally accept hitting hotels three times in a row (almost) breaking three expensive clubs but the first driver I've ever owned, my Callaway Razr X Black, was my abuse club. It's what I learned my swing on at the range, struck ground, hosel, air and just about everything else. It's also the only driver I still have alive. Lol. It's taken abuse from three relatively new golfers and lots of it.
It's definitely not the club. . .there's no way a 105 to 110 mph swing can do this to a club on a proper strike. Hitting too close to the heel is very likely the culprit. That could be swing related, coming over the top, not setting up correctly, tensing the arms on the downswing, etc.
It's just cosmetic and the first of many. Golf clubs a made to hit the ground, and rocks, sand, stones, roots, and other hard objects are just part of the process.
Get out and play those suckers so that one little ding doesn't get lonely all by itself!