I'm in a bit of a dilemma here.
I'm a low 90s golfer who one a good day when all the planets line up and I can actually putt that day can get into the high 80s.
My irons are old and outdated. They are Taylor Made Burner LCGs. I bought them used probably 12 years ago and have been playing with them ever since.
My other clubs are fine. Taylor made R5 driver with a Proforce V2 shaft (not new but I hit it so well I don't want to change), Titliest Vokey wedges, old but good Scotty Cameron Newport putter. But the irons are ancient.
The thing is, I still have that 2-3 shots a round where I top the ball or hit the ground slightly behind it causing the fat shot to go 50 yds shorter than it should.
Should I be worried about new irons at this point? Or just put in more work with what I have until I work the kinks out a little more?
I know that technology has improved dramatically in that many years. I'm just trying to decide if it is time.