If you watch golf channels, you will see various beginner golf equipment pieces and sets advertised. However, these packages tend to include equipment that beginning golfers won't benefit from or aren't ready to use. Starting with a few basic pieces of beginner golf equipment that you can add to later as your game improves is a better way to go.
One of the first investments you should make is a good pair of gloves. Golf gloves are usually sold in individual packs and are designated for right or left handed golfers. Having two gloves isn't necessary, although you can find golf gloves sold in pairs. Why it important to wear gloves when golfing? It can be common to develop blister from gripping the club but wearing gloves can help prevent that. Be sure to get gloves that fit well, as poorly fitted ones can interfere with your game play, especially if they cut off circulation. Funnily enough, a golf umbrella is literally a vital piece of golf equipment. No matter where you play, there are occasional storms. Whether you feel you need protection from a little rain or not, the odds are good that your equipment does. Golf clubs are not little investments. It is in your best interest to protect them to the best of your ability. In spite of what the shaft material is, the probability is good that the club heads are not impermeable to rust. An umbrella is a minor investment which will repay you the first item you discover yourself in need of it.
Last, you'll want to invest in a ball marker. Justly, if you play golf with other people you want to be aware of which ball is yours, remarkably when the others you are playing with landed in a really horrific area. Ball markers will help you save money as you can more easily identify your ball from others but it will also help you keep a more accurate account of where your ball is landing. This permits you to maintain a better account of how accurately you're hitting the ball and in which direction it is predisposed to go off course.
When buying starter golf equipment, start small. Build the set that will help you achieve your goals on the course, buying the more expensive pieces one at a time after you've had time to learn more about the game and to practice more. This is how you get the most bang for your buck when getting started with the great game of golf.