There's lots of advice available around the Forum but my twopenny worth would be not to spend credits too quickly. You'll go through the levels quickly until you hit level 85 or so and you don't want to be replacing your clubs too often....buyers regret a possibility when you realise you're having to sell clubs after a month for a small percentage of their purchase price.
Use the time now to build a credit war chest by doing the credit adverts (and surveys if you can bear it). 150 credits a day can build quickly (if your phone's android then download the WGT app to access them)and the good clubs cost a fair amount. Don't worry about winning tournament credits yet....learn the courses and most importantly focus on getting putting right (the putter improvements are nowhere near as critical as being able to pick the right line and hit at the right strength).
When you do buy clubs I think trying to keep a consistent meter speed really helps. If your irons are 4.5 and your wedges 3.5 then consistency harder. Look at the clubs good players in your Country Club use....there's normally a reason they've gone for them.
But...join an active Country Club....yours looks like one that you get put in and appears to be essentially inactive. An active club will have good club tournaments at various levels and people who can offer longer term advice. There's always someone scouting for new members in the Forum so see if what they're offering matches what you want.
Watch some of the YouTube videos of the really good players....they really help.
The levels up to Legend are great learning levels where you can have fun and get a feel for the courses.
Most importantly enjoy it.
Good luck and keep going.