Report Need help! Do I need new clubs? in Clubs, Grips, Shafts, Fitting September 10, 2011 If you want to improve, lessons would be the best bang for your buck. New clubs aren't going to help you if you don't know how to swing. Originally Posted by 3putt3134 Bare with me here...I've been playing for a while, but this summer I've really gotten much more into my golf game, and practice/play usually at least 5 times a week now. I currently have Cleveland CG4 irons that I got used about 3 years ago, they're older irons but have treated me well. My game is pretty inconsistent, and I have shot anywhere from a 78-94 this summer (a terrible discrepancy I know). I have a Burner Superfast 9.5 degree driver stiff, which I don't even use because I have no confidence in it. I tee off with a 3 wood or iron on every hole other than par 5's. My question to more experienced players would be: To take my game to the next level, should I look for irons that will give me more consistent distances/trajectories, a new driver, or even bite the bullet and take those expensive golf lessons? I'm only 22 years old so money plays a factor, but I am willing to save up if I can improve my game. I've grown to love this game very quickly, and want to enjoy it as much as possible!! Thanks for any input, and sorry for being long-winded.