2. Try before you buy
Sounds obvious, but it isn't. It's not like ordering books online.
Some of us are purely focused on looks, but you need to try a club before you purchase it.
So for your first clubs, you want to go to a large golf store, best with a test range. You’ll want to try out some clubs that you’re interested in. Even with the three we already mentioned, there are a lot of options to choose from.
Don’t go the lazy route and pick one at random.
Take the time to get a feel for the club; it should feel good in your hand and comfortable when you take a swing.