Last semester in college, I got all golf clubs stolen. They weren't great clubs, but they were a decent complete set (Link to old clubs) So instead of going the complete set route again, I decided to build up my set by buying everything individually. For Chirstmas, my parents got me a set of used taylormade rac cgb (Link to irons) from a pro shop for $200 dollars, and I found a great deal for a new Odyssey white putter for $60 dollars (Putter Link). So now I still need a driver, some fairway woods, and a sand wedge. The problem is, I only have around $100 dollars to get the rest of these clubs. I went on amazon and was able to find all of these clubs for under a $100 total, and they all got pretty good reviews. I'm really an awful golfer and have trouble even getting off the tee box on most holes, and have to end up hitting irons most of the time. I broke the last driver I had, because I constantly hit the ground with it while I was at the driving range. I shoot around 115, so you can picture the type of golfer that I am. I'm reluctant to spend a lot of money on a driver especially because I'm afraid I'll break it again. The following are the clubs that I am looking at getting to complete my set:
chipper (I'm especially awful right around the green and a friend of mine had one of these and it really helped me so I'm wanting to get one)
What are you guys thoughts on the clubs that I have listed? Will I just be throwing away a $100 by getting these? I'm a super casual player, but I will be taking a golf class next semester in college where we play once a week since I've been able to finish up all my other electives. The reviews from amazon are legit for these clubs, as I've looked at the history of the reviewers and they're not just getting paid by the companies to positively endorse their products. So what do you guys think? For an awful golfer like myself, will these clubs be alright?