SMB7 to further assist you with useful information we should know
1) your age bracket
2) your physical size ( height /weight) and whether you are strong build or not.
3) location ( to advise who you are near for lessons/ someone on here might have the clubs to suit you)
As to what clubs you need to start off, my advice is
3 wood around 15-16 degree loft &/or a 5 wood
a Hybrid about 22-24 degree loft
6 iron, 7 , 8, 9 , pitching wedge and a 55 degree sand wedge.
Most learner can't hit a driver for nuts ( me included) and score better off the tee with a 3 or 5 wood. I am on my third driver and still only bring it out of the bag when the reward is greater than the risk of missing the fairway.
As I improved I went back to try driver #1 ( a Probilt set from Drummond Golf when I was in your shoes 2 years ago) and I was hitting it 200m with a draw shape shot. When I started 2 years ago at age 63, I could only manage spectacular slice or an impressive push fade shot with it. I have collected a few second hand clubs to try since I started. Some I liked and added to my bag and others I have resold when they were not producing any better results for me than the Pro Bilts.
My first set is about to be relegated to the shed as visitors/ son-in-laws clubs. I picked up a set of Cobra irons via this website to add to the Cobra driver/3 wood/hybrids I have bought slowly over the last two years. Perhaps you could start a thread on here " wanted to buy second hand club set ; budget $500". There are sure to be others who have a spare set in their garage. Make sure you try the clubs before you buy and be prepared to move them on in a few years as you improve your skill set.