There is the Driver, Irons from 1-9, Woods from 3-5, irons that have a letter on them= S (Sand Iron), P or W (Pitching Wedge), L (Loft), and two irons that are called 58 and 60. (The 58 and 60 stands for the degrees on the club. So now that I labeled all of them that means there is 18 types of golf clubs!
There are hundreds and hundreds of types of Golf balls. There are many manufacturers each with numerous types for various skill levels and price ranges. There are distance balls, spin balls and ladies balls etc.
The simplest answer is many. There are several companies that manufacture golf balls and they constantly change models. Balls differ from hard shells to soft shells, and from softer cores to harder cores. The differences in shells and cores affect how long a ball lasts, and how much a ball spins. Balls are made for varying skill levels and the price of the ball generally tells what skill level should be playing it.
Hundreds of models of golf ball.
There are 2,3,4 and 5 piece golf balls. Spin/ distance/ velocity and ladies golf balls.
Drivers, Woods, Irons, Wedges, Putters and Hybrids
3,4,5,7,9,11 and 13 wood
pitching, gap, sand, approach, attack, lob wedges
Billions and Billions. However, a golfer is only permitted to legally carry 14 or fewer clubs during a round of golf.
Drivers, putters, irons, and wedges.
An AW is an attack wedge, usually with 50-52 degrees, rarely seen nowadays.
There are 366 dips in a golf ball
The way a golf ball bounces definitely affects the distance that it will travel. There are different weights and types of golf balls for this reason.
Golf balls range in the amount of dimples they have and the patterns and sizes of the dimples on the balls, for example the Titleist ProV1 has 392 dimples whereas their DT Carry model has only 252.
The diameter of a golf ball is not less than 4.27 centimeters.