It completely depends. Are you a lady golfer, or a junior golfer or are you a male golfer? If you are a lady golfer, I would still recommend ladies clubs, this is because you will need a quicker swing speed and need to be quite strong to use mens clubs, and using them may hurt your game instead of improving. If you are a junior golfer you have two choices, either get a set of ladies clubs and use them for a while until you grow out of them, or get a set custom fit. You will probably need an inch or two taken off them depending on how high/ low you hold you hands. You will of course grow out of these, and you could get them extended and bent when you do. If you are a fully grown male, then yes, you probably should use mens' clubs, again custom fitting is your best option and will hopefully help your game.
You can't fit golf clubs at home. You will need to go to your nearest golf shop and they will do it for you.
You could use mens' clubs, but the best thing to do is to go and get custom fit. This way they can find the ideal length of club for you, maybe mens' clubs with a couple of inches taken off them. It depends how old you are, if you are still growing i wouldn't advise custom fitting, maybe just a second hand set of clubs which you could get cut down.
Golf lesson A good set of golf clubs and a wonderful golf course
if you are still hitting good i see no need to update them, but if you are not hitting acceptably you should probably update your clubs
Golf clubs, golf balls and a glove is all you really need.
Get whatever you want to get! You will find the best thing to do is get custom fit, this will tell you what clubs are best for your game. You are quite short, so you may need to get an inch or so taken off the length of the clubs.
Well a full set of golf clubs has 14 clubs but a half set usually only has 7 clubs. I would recommend half sets to beginners in the sport golf because when starting out you only need to use the basic clubs: driver, irons and putter. But when you get ore experienced at golf you should mive up to full sets where they have more of a variety of irons and woods and wedges. I hope this helps :-)
Get custom fitted, you may need a lie adjustment or an inch or so added on.
You should go to a local golf shop and get custom fit. It depends on how long your arms are and other factors. You may need an extra inch or so.
There have been golfers that have used a single club for an entire round of golf. The official rules limit the number of clubs to 14.
Golf clubs, golf balls, and a tee. To Play A Round Of Golf, You Need Clubs (Up To 14), A Good Supply Of Balls Incase You Lose A Few, Tees, A Golf Club Bag, A Glove (Optional), A Green Tool And A Ball Marker, And A Pencil.
The only difference in the right versus left handed clubs is which way the head of the club faces. Many golf specialists agree that you should always try right handed clubs first! Even if you are left handed, you may not need left handed clubs.