Callaway is launching an all-new range of Rogue ST Drivers, which go on sale in early March and promise enhanced performance capabilities for a complete cross-section of golfers.
The Rogue ST driver is offered in four models – ST Max, ST Max D, ST Max LS and ST Max Triple Diamond LS – each designed to suit a different player profile.
Key Features and Benefits
Tungsten Speed Cartridge
The new Tungsten Speed Cartridge structure places up to 26g low and deep in the head. This increases speed on off-centre hits and provides more forgiveness through high MOI.
Jailbreak Speed Frame
The A.I. designed Jailbreak Speed Frame provides stability in the horizontal and torsional direction. The frame has been speed tuned to deliver more speed across the face than previous designs.
New A.I. Designed Face
Using Artificial Intelligence, Callaway’s designers have added launch and spin to ball speed in the optimization formula. This new formula lowers spin on the face, allowing more forgiveness to be built into the driver.
The titanium unibody construction provides stability and lowers the centre of gravity, while a proprietary Triaxial Carbon crown and sole saves weight. This weight is precisely redistributed to increase forgiveness with high launch and a slight draw bias.
Rogue ST MAX is the highest MOI 460cc head with a slight draw bias that’s built for all levels of golfers and offers the best combination of distance and forgiveness. It is offered in 9°, 10.5° and 12° lofts with a choice of three stock shafts.
Rogue ST Max D is built for golfers who want maximum levels of forgiveness from their driver. It’s built for very high MOI, with a reduced face progression, and a more upright lie. Internal and external draw weighting have also been added, along with a generously stretched profile at address for maximum shot shape correction, especially for players who tend to slice the ball. It is offered in 9°, 10.5° and 12° lofts with a choice of two stock shafts.
Rogue ST Max LS is a high MOI head built for lower spin along with a stronger trajectory. Players can expect to see a more neutral ball flight, more workability, and lower spin characteristics compared to the Rogue ST MAX. It’s a great option for many mid-to-low handicap players. It is offered in 9° and 10.5° lofts with a Mitsubishi Chemical Tensei AV White 60g (Stiff) shaft.
Rogue ST Triple Diamond LS is a low spin option for better players and is the latest evolution of Callaway’s Tour-proven Triple Diamond heads. It’s the lowest spinning Rogue ST Driver model, with a neutral-to-fade bias in a compact 450cc head. It is offered in 9° and 10.5° lofts with a Mitsubishi Chemical Tensei AV White 60g (Stiff) stock shaft.
Prices: All four Rogue ST driver models have an RRP of £479.