Callaway Rogue ST Fairway and Hybrids

Callaway announced the highly-anticipated Rogue ST Family. But, what’s to come from the woods range? “ST” gives us an indication that Callaway have concentrated their attention on Speed Tuned golf equipment, to reach higher levels of ball speed and powerful distance.

All-new Tungsten Speed Cartridges ranging from 27 grams to 28 grams – depending on which Fairway Wood you choose, can be found within a urethane structure which is placed in the rear of the head. The cartridge pushes the center of gravity low and forward, to produce lower spin rates.

Turning attention to the Rogue ST Hybrids, which harvest up to 24 grams of tungsten, have been constructed with a precise CG location to deliver optimal launch and even more ball speed.

Additional weighting moves the COG back to increase ball speeds, on off-centre drives, and create equal levels of range and forgiveness. 

Working alongside the new Tungsten Speed Cartridges to generate even more speed and stability, Callaway has updated the Jailbreak technology which found great success in the Epic, Rogue and Mavrik line of drivers. 

Amongst Rogue ST Fairway Woods, Callaway introduced Batwing technology to give golfers an opportunity to add up to 10 yards. An extra 10 yards achieved through the introduction of two jailbreak ‘bat wings’ pushed to the perimeter of the face to increase stiffness and reduce face flex, so that you can exceed previous ball speeds and gain distance where it really matters.

The Jailbreak update for the ST Golf Hybrids is also relocated to promote additional face flex for high ball speeds.

A higher strength face cup, labelled as Flash Face SS22, provides speed, launch and spin consistency across the face, while the C300 maraging steel used is specially treated by Callaway Golf to produce a product that provides unrivalled strength and flexibility. 

For the Hybrids, a high strength 455 Face Cup that has been subjected to Callaways state of the Artificial Intelligence face optimisation to create a face that now boasts increased speed, but also better launch and spin. This face pattern is customised for each model and loft range in the hybrid lineup.

Rogue ST MAX Fairway Wood

Rogue ST Max Fairway Wood is a perfect fit for players who are wanting both speed and forgiveness, but also want to experience all-around performance.

Rogue ST MAX D Fairway Wood

The Rogue ST MAX D is Callaways first dedicated draw fairway wood. It is the highest launching fairway wood in our lineup and utilizes a slightly closed face, more upright lie angle and additional weight in the heel to promote a powerful draw.

Rogue ST LS Fairway Wood

The Rogue ST LS Fairway Wood is better suited to players of a higher level, with its deeper face with a compact footprint. The LS also uses a 28g Tungsten Speed Cartridge and forward weight screws to push the CG forward for lower spin.

Rogue ST MAX Hybrid

The Rogue ST MAX is Callaway’s longest Rogue ST hybrid model, built with slightly stronger lofts to fit an extensive range of golfers looking for speed, forgiveness, and all-around hybrid performance.

Rogue ST MAX OS Hybrid

The MAX OS model features an oversized head shape, which features the widest loft offering in the hybrid options. The OS shape also creates increased forgiveness and draw bias. 

Rogue ST MAX OS Lite Hybrid

OS Lite Hybrid is Callaway’s lighter oversized model offering increased forgiveness and ball speed.

Rogue ST Pro Hybrid

The Rogue ST Pro Hybrid has been designed for use by players with a higher level skill on the course. With a neutral center of gravity for the most workability in the Rogue ST line.

We have also reviewed the Callaway Rogue ST Drivers and the Rogue ST Irons.


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