Welcome to TST. Callaway is a solid brand for sure. Those models are a bit on the ‘lower end’ scale but Callaway nonetheless. Are you definitely wanting new clubs? I ask because you can find great deals on used clubs on eBay, Callaway Pre-Owned, 2ndSwing and some other places. As a starter you’d be fine with either set. I would avoid the slot-line clubs.
Used clubs are fine because unless they’re bent and/or grossly damaged on the face they’re very playable. The X20 NG irons for as low as $15/club on Callaway Pre-Owned and that includes a 12 month guarantee and a 90 day buy back. Lots to choose from.
Now of course the absolute best way to go about this is to be able to hit the clubs before you buy them. Looks and feel shouldn’t be ignored. But it may be difficult to do that in this time so going with Callaway having the buy back plan is a good move. Cheers!
I do know that with the newer cars, most automotive shops will scan the computer and save the settings when replacing batteries because there is a chance that the computer can take a hit and your electronically controlled engine components can suffer. I have heard of trucks replacing the batteries and their throttle body sensors going haywire, abs going haywire, etc... Not sure on the costs though
Thanks guys, I'll go back to basics and work at it slowly. Iacas, I'll work through them. Usually I hit the ball well, my higher index is caused mostly by my work around the greens including putting. Never thought I would forget how to hit a ball.