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Callaway Rogue Driver Review

REVIEW: Callaway Rogue Driver

By: | Mon 15 Jan 2018 | Comments

Callaway have announced the launch of their new driver for 2018. The Rogue promises to deliver not only greater ball speed, longer distance, but also straighter shots with a larger footprint and higher MOI. 

We recently got our hands on the new driver and headed to the range to put it to the test. Check out how we got in the video below. 



Callaway Rogue Driver

Callaway have taken the revolutionary technologies that made the GBB Epic the best-selling driving in the US and supercharged them to create the Rogue driver that offers Jailbreak distance with increased forgiveness.

The Rogue driver offers industry-leading ball speed through the revolutionary Jailbreak Technology. New, hourglass-shaped titanium bars, makes them significantly lighter without affecting their ability to minimize crown and sole deflection at impact. This allows for a thinner face and better energy-transfer to the ball, to promote faster ball speed. The enhanced X-Face architecture thickens and thins strategic areas of the face to promote higher ball speeds on off-centre impacts, as well as consistently high ball speed and long overall distance.

Rogue’s new and more forgiving 460cc shape boasts a larger address footprint than the Epic, and in turn encourages golfers to relax and make a free and fast swing. Finally, the drivers’ extreme forgiveness is made possible through Callaway’s incredibly light and strong triaxial carbon crown.

Callaway Rogue Specifications

  • Loft: Rogue - 9°, 10.5° and 13.5° HT
  • Draw - 9°, 10.15° and 13.5° HT
  • Shaft: Aldila Quaranta (LL, W, L and R flex)
  • Aldila Synergy (L, R and S flex)
  • Project X EvenFlow (R, S and XS flex)
  • Project X EvenFlow 60g (S and XS flex) (Sub Zero only)
  • Price: £469.00

For more information please visit the Callaway website - Click here

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