I'd stay away from those you have listed. You can get more for your money. Try finding a good set of forgiving irons (not blades). You should be able to get decent deals on brands like Taylor Made, Adams, Ben Hogan, maybe even Callaway. I found my first irons at Sam's for $199. They were Lynx and I didn't need to upgrade for several years (don't think they make these anymore). You want to invest more in your irons, because you will keep these longer. You'll find that drivers and woods are the clubs that you will change the most, so buy these used. To begin, you only need a driver and a 3-wood. Look on Craigslist, at pro-shops, and smaller golf stores for good deals on used clubs. Or, if you are planning on being in Myrtle Beach anytime soon, Martin's is a great place to find good used clubs.