@Josh90 It's not the clubs it's the golfer... Congrats on breaking 80 by the way.
My suggestion to you is to get a dynamic fitting after one year playing... (so around Christmas) if your strikes are good and consistent a player's cavity back might be the way to go.... several companies have great offerings at different price points some around $500-$600 some as much as $2500 (PXG)...
Don't be married to one set of irons/brand, try different makes and models.
I know I'm the site's grossly unofficial Exotics staff player... But that's what I liked and fit me the best... I tried several different makes and models before deciding on my clubs...
So get dynamic fit and keep them in the short grass.
As John just stated a GW or LW would help you in this situation... The issue I have is my 54° and 58° both have 14° of bounce... I thought of having TE grind the bounce of my 58° down to about 8° but I like having 2 sand wedges... technically I don't carry a lob wedge. In my honest opinion, a lob wedge has to meet both of the following conditions: It has to have at least 58° of loft (my most lofted wedge does) AND it must have no more than 10° of bounce... (mine does not)... but BOTH of my wedges do meet my definition of a sand wedge, at least 54° of loft, and more than 10° of bounce... So technically, I play D, 4w, 7w or 3h, 4h or 4i, 5i thru 9i, PW, AW, 2 Sand wedges and a Putter.
That last sentence was a little off topic.
With thinning if your technique is good, a low bounce wedge might help you, whether it is a 50 or 52, or 58 or 60... I would personally stay away from the 58 or 60 for now and get a low bounce 50 or 52. Another thing you could do is get a 52 and bend it to 50 or 51 to reduce the bounce even more. If you had a 52° with 8° of bounce, and bent it to 50, you'd have 6° of bounce on it.
Just my 2 schillings