If you're truly a beginner like this section suggests then you'd be better off with full body routines 3 times a week instead of bro splits. You could also get away with a push/pull/legs split that you do twice a week. You'd add shoulders to your chest day.
Since I've been training for about 15 years I've accumulated some experience, opinions, and preferences. Here's what I'd do:
Squat 3 x 8-10
Romanian Deadlift 3-5 x 5-10 (5x5 light til you get the form, 3x10 if your form is good)
Incline bench 3 x 8-10
Bent-over reverse grip barbell row 3 x 8-10
Standing DB shoulder press 3 x 8-10
Bi's & tri's 3 x 10
Deadlift 3-5 x 5
DB bench 3 x 8-10
DB row 3 x 8-10
3 way DB raises (front/lateral/bent-over reverse fly) 3 x 8-10 each done in a superset
Bi's & tri's
Front Squat or even better, reverse lunge 3 x 8-10
Standing shoulder press 3 x 8-10
Landmine row 3 x 8-10
DB fly any angle 3 x 8-10
Reverse DB fly 3 x 8-10
Bi's & tri's if you feel the need
Form and quality come before quantity. That could be in terms of weight or reps.
Look up other landmine exercises for some creative ways to use your bar.
Lastly, put the bar at its highest position and use it for chin ups. Hold your legs straight out so that your body is in an L shape. These will be more difficult than regular chins because you're using energy to hold your legs up. If that's too hard then bend your knees but that will probably cause your feet to hit the floor.
This setup allows you to get 72-90 reps per week with your major muscle groups. If you feel that this is not enough volume then add a set to each exercise. If you want to add more exercises then start with pulling movements. For the love of God don't do more chest and shoulders than back. View the body in planes--if you do a horizontal push (bench) then do a horizontal pull (row). Overhead press goes good with a pull down or pull up movement. That's the simplest way to maintain balance.
Oh yeah, you would also be good if you just followed this and picked exercises that you can do with your equipment.