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Callaway Rogue ST – their fastest golf drivers yet?

Callaway Golf have once again utilised industry leading artificial intelligence as well as a breakthrough technologies in driver performance to create the Rogue ST Golf Drivers, considered to be Callaway’s fastest and most stable drivers ever.

But why stop at one model? Callaway made the decision to design four drivers to suit golfers of all levels. The MAX  – the highest MOI providing driver in the series; MAX D – designed for golfers who require high levels of forgiveness; MAX LS – for lower spin rate and a flatter ball flight; and the Triple Diamond LS – the lowest spinning Rogue ST Driver model for tour-standard.

The initials “ST” that have been used across the Rogue series stand for Speed Tuned. This is a clear nod to Callaway’s intentions of creating clubs that can reach higher levels of ball speed. 

An all new Tungsten Speed Cartridge is a small block of tungsten, ranging from 20 grams to 26 grams depending on which driver you choose, sat in a urethane structure and placed at the rear of the clubhead. Additional weighting pulls the center of gravity back to increase ball speeds, even on off-centre drives, fabricating an equal level of range and forgiveness. 

Working alongside the Tungsten Speed Cartridges to generate even more speed and stability, Callaway updated Jailbreak technology that found great success in the Epic, Rogue and Mavrik ranges of Golf Drivers. The update has altered the size of the Jailbreak frame by making the two vertical bars that sit behind the face of the crown much thinner. A weight reduction which improves the overall feel of the driver, while losing none of the benefits that come from the original design. 

As they did with the Epic MAX and Mavrik series, Callaway’s A.I. technology has been employed to construct the face of Callaway’s Rogue ST Golf Drivers but this time concentrating on a face that will adjust launch and spin to increase ball speed once more. 

Compared to previous drivers, the Rogue ST also comes with a re-generated Flash Face – Flash Face SS22. While all four drivers harvest what seems to be the same face, each of the four unique models offer different levels of thickness for different performance levels.

An incredibly strong and lightweight triaxial carbon composite is used in the crown and sole for additional weight saving. To pair with this, a titanium unibody construction has increased stability and lowered the centre of gravity to give you the best results.

Rogue ST MAX Men’s Golf Driver

Rogue ST MAX Driver is Callaway’s highest MOI head with a slight draw bias that’s built for all levels of golfers. This is the best combination of distance and forgiveness in a Callaway driver.

Rogue ST MAX Women’s
The Max Womens features a 26 gram Tungsten Speed Cartridge low in the head of the club to offer increased ball speed and more forgiveness on high MOI.

Rogue ST MAX D Driver

This driver has been built for use by golfers who are looking for maximum levels of forgiveness. Internal and external weighting has been added to allow golfers the ability for more shot creation. 


Rogue ST MAX D Women’s

The Max D Womens driver is built for a high level of draw bias, with high MOI, a more upright lie, reduced face progression and a stretched profile for better alignment at the address.

Rogue ST MAX LS Driver

A high MOI head that has been specifically designed to produce drives that have lower spin while also creating a stronger trajectory. 

Rogue ST Triple Diamond LS Driver

The Triple Diamond LS is the lowest spinning driver in the Rogue ST Driver family, with a neutral-to-fade bias that has been created using a compact 450CC head. This option is designed for players of a higher playing level.

We have also reviewed the Callaway Rogue ST Fairways and Hybrids and the Rogue ST Irons.

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