No for two reasons.
1. I think you need to be able to deal with bad shots and/or dissapointment so if my last balls are crap shots them so bit it, thats just life.
2. If i spend £4 on a large basket im going to get my money's worth!
Irons are from 2008 but guy i bought them off got them as a back up set so they were nearly unused when i bought them. Would i like some new shinies? sure, but as long as the ones i have hit the ball where i want i cant see the point.
@Mr. Desmond, methinks I spoke too soon. What do you want to bet, he IS back? (under different screen name however). As in gambling, there are "tells". However, I will now take my leave and NOT engage.
I am not sure. Maybe 10-12 years old. I remember when I purchased them, I told myself they were the last set of irons I would buy.
My fairway woods are probably 7, or 8 years old.
My putter is the great grand pa in my bag. I also have a couple of loose iron clubs that are pretty old.
Both my irons, and woods still serve me quite well. They are quality stuff.