This will be very short.
Every driver goes about the same distance these days. Choose the one you like to look at, the one that fits your game, the one that gives you confidence, the one you want. If it's properly fit for you, a driver from any of the major manufacturers (and any other good ones) will go just as far as any other one.
The same is true of golf balls. Find the one you like, the one you personally prefer, but know that virtually all balls if they fit your swing profile (spin, launch angle, ball speed, etc.) will go exactly the same distances.
Why? The Rules prevent anyone from actually building a driver that goes 30 yards farther (or even 3.0 yards), and the same is true of the golf ball.
Don't buy into the hype. Play equipment you like to play, equipment that you can tune to fit your swing, equipment that fits your style, swing, budget, etc.
P.S. There's a little room for messing around with 3W given the CoR rules are limited to clubs with 15° of loft or less, and a little more with irons, but really that typically results in decreasing loft while lowering the CG to produce a 6I that should have a "4" on the bottom. Your clubs don't really go farther, they're just mislabeled and now you need six wedges to fill in the gaps at the short end of your bag.