Callaway Golf have announced their new Rogue fairway woods, the fastest fairway woods they have ever produced with groundbreaking new technology.
The new A.I. Jailbreak system has been completely redesigned to promote speed and stability. Two Jailbreak batwings are pushed to the perimeter, providing stiffness while allowing the face to flex for high ball speeds.
Like the driver, these fairway woods are engineered with a Tungsten Speed Cartridge plus an A.I. Face. Additionally, the High Strength Face Cup provides speed and spin consistency.
There are three new Rogue fairway woods (£299) that all possess an array of different qualities: the Rogue ST MAX, the Rogue ST MAX D and the Rogue ST MAX LS.
The Rogue ST MAX model will fit a wide range of players who want speed, forgiveness and all-around performance. It’s a mid-launch offering with a slight draw bias.
The MAX model features a new progressive shape to appeal to a wide range of golfers. This is the widest Rogue ST offering, featuring models from a 3W through 11W.
The Rogue ST MAX D is Callaway's first dedicated draw fairway wood. It’s the highest launching fairway wood in the lineup and utilizes a slightly closed face, more upright lie angle and additional weight in the heel to promote a powerful draw.
This model will fit players that need the most shot shape correction in their fairway wood. The C300 maraging steel is specially treated through a proprietary process for high strength and flexibility, while the Flash Face Cup provides speed and spin consistency across the face.
The Rogue ST LS model features a deeper face with a compact footprint especially suited for low handicappers and better players.
The 28g Tungsten Speed Cartridge and forward weight screw push the CG forward for low spin, while the shape and face profile make this our most fade-capable fairway wood.