I agree with Hack.
There are lots of variables about you that we don't know - age, fitness, general build. Are you a muscly tradie or a wimpy clerk?
It's not just about the shininess of the club heads. Shafts come in different flexes. If you're a strong young buck, you'll need fairly stiff shafts even though you may not be able to use them properly yet. If you're a fat old fart or have other physical limitations, you might need 'senior flex' shafts.
Whatever you buy probably won't suit you for long because, as your swing gets better, your requirements change.
Go and see the local golf pro - he can size you up much better than our guesses even though you may currently lack ability. As Hack said, get some lessons so that you are at least starting with the right methodology, or technique, rather than having to unlearn your natural faults somewhere down the track.
Join a club. It's not about being 'good enough to compete', it's about having others to play golf with. We were all crap golfers when we started, some of us still are.