Callaway Golf have launched their new Rogue family of irons which is set to be their longest-ever iron to date.
Callaway has combined high strength 450 steel with an A.I. designed Flash Face Cup for more ball speed and better ball speed consistency.
They’ve also continued to push innovation through patented Urethane Microspheres and have massively increased their precision tungsten weighting.
With a release date of March 4 across Europe, the Callaway Rogue irons come in four different editions, the ST MAX, the ST MAX OS, the ST MAX OS LITE and the ST PRO irons.
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The Rogue ST MAX irons (£1049 - Graphite, £849 - steel) have refined game-improvement shaping and the strongest lofts in the Rogue ST family. They fit a wide range of golfers who want incredible speed, forgiveness and all-around iron performance.
The Rogue ST MAX OS Irons (£1049 - Graphite, £849 - steel) provide a refined game-improvement shaping with high launch, wide soles and enhanced offset.
They’re specifically designed for mid-to-high handicap golfers looking to get the most out of their irons. They are built with wide soles, enhanced offset and a thicker top line compared with the Rogue ST MAX clubs.
The Rogue ST MAX OS Lite irons (£1049 - Graphite) have a refined game-improvement shaping, with high launch, wide soles and enhanced offset.
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The Lite version features more loft, lighter shafts and lighter swing weights to make these the highest launching, easiest to swing Rogue ST model.
The Rogue ST Pro irons (£1149 - Graphite, £949 - steel) are designed for low-to-mid single-digit handicapped golfers. They feature all the best technologies of Rogue ST in a hollow body construction and a compact players shape.
The new precision tungsten weighting features up to 48g of high-density tungsten, a 188% increase over MAVRIK. This provides improved launch conditions and also maximizes speed across the face.