Need To Know
The Callaway Rogue ST Max LS driver has the same technology as the rest of the Rogue ST family which delivers great ball speeds and distance.
This new club has a groundbreaking new Tungsten Speed Cartridge structure which places up to 23 grams low and deep in the driver head.
The patented A.I designed Jailbreak Speed Frame provides stability in the horizontal and torsional direction. Callaway have speed tuned the construction, shaping and positioning to deliver even more speed across the face.
The Rogue ST Max LS is built for lower spin with a strong ball flight trajectory. With a more neutral ball flight, more workability, plus lower spin, the Rogue ST Max LS is a tremendous option for mid-to-low handicap players.
As Callaway have stated in the past, the new family of drivers have been refined from a previous model and taken on a similar production technique to that of Formula One cars.
The Rogue ST Max LS has a smaller and more compact face which is suited to better players. The ST Max driver has a larger face.
As you can see by the review video above, Alex hits some drives that aren't out of the centre of the clubface, but he still finds the fairway and produces good distance numbers.
Also, the dispersion of Alex's shots is a testament to the driver. They are not only long drives but they are accurate. Even though this driver suits mid-to-low handicappers, it is still forgiving.
The driver instils confidence in your long game, especially if you usually struggle to get off the tee in your weekend rounds.
The Callaway Rogue ST Max is a well-rounded club that suits all handicappers, but this driver could suit players with a slightly faster swing speed who want forgiveness.