Club Champion probably won't have older clubs for your to hit. They will be considerably more expensive than most other places. Is there a Golftec / Golf Galaxy near you? They use to carry used clubs and you could hit them to compare numbers from their launch monitor.
Thanks, yes I was indeed referring to Hackasaurus Rex, as I am a super high handicapper and not a single digit, thank you for catching that!
For irons I have Taylormade burner plus which have been adjusted a few times throughout the years and it was suggested that the lie is not correct for me, and that adjusting it again can risk breaking it. I believe they're about 8-10 years old. The two clubs I use the most are a 30 degree hybrid from the Bobby Jones collection, which I enjoy but my teacher said the shaft is too stiff. He gave me another club to swing and I did have noticeably better results. I'm very short and he mentioned that when you cut a club down, it makes it more stiff (like snapping a twig in half, it gets increasingly harder to break when smaller). My driver is a Callaway Big Bertha that has a big draw bias, but I already have a draw so it exaggerates it. It was a hand-me-down from a family member who had a big slice.
I'm definitely OK with a model from a year or two ago, but I'm trying to figure out what the best models are for me. I was thinking the club champion route was going to get me there, but if there are better alternatives out there I'd love to know.