Depending on your response variable which might be skewed (e.g. distance from tee, distance from hole), or counts (frequency of some event, like 'on the green'), you'd likely use some form of GLM. In some cases, the response might be nearly normal, in which case you might use some form of regression/ANOVA.
But before you worry about analyzing data you need to design your experiment; a good experiment will mix and match your various types of equipment in an appropriate manner (to your assumptions and hypotheses - if you aren't looking for interactions, it's relatively simple), and will likely randomize these combinations to different holes, preferably more than one per combination of equipment. If you want to estimate interactions, you could be in for a lot of holes of golf.