Callaway Introduces Rogue and Rogue Sub Zero Drivers

By: Golfshake Editor | Tue 16 Jan 2018 | Comments


Spearheaded by enhanced Jailbreak Technology, Callaway is revolutionising its range of Drivers with the launch of the Rogue and Rogue Sub Zero. Destined to reinvent expectations and provide a dramatically improved performance, these clubs feature ground-breaking innovations and have been targeted to reflect the needs of a wide spectrum of golfers.

Callaway Rogue Driver

Breaking away from established metalwood design, Callaway has made radical diversions from its own protocols to make significant progression with the Rogue Driver, which is ideally placed to improve the games of all golfers. Taking the ingenuity that made the GBB Epic the top-selling driver in the United States and developing on that potential, Rogue has been engineered to increase ball speed with the fresh, MOI-enhancing shape that has been implemented to provide greater forgiveness.

This was achieved by enhancing the Jailbreak Technology with hourglass-shaped titanium bars, which have made them significantly lighter without decreasing performance. This X-Face VFT Face Architecture thickens and thins key areas of the club-face to allow for greater transfer of energy to the golf ball, which allows for a faster ball speed, something furthered by the implementation of improved Speed Step Technology between Callaway and Boeing, promotion a faster head speed.

Additionally, the Rogue Driver benefits from redistributed weight into the head’s perimeter, boasting a Triaxial Carbon Crown, which has been created to greatly increase MOI and forgiveness. Rogue has the largest triaxial carbon crown of any Callaway Driver.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Price: £469. PRODUCT AT RETAIL IN EUROPE: 09/02/2018.

Callaway Rogue Sub Zero Driver

Bringing together the noted distance of Jailbreak Technology with low-spin and an ultra-forgiving club-face, Callaway’s newly introduced Rogue Sub Zero Driver is a powerful achievement of craft, aligning the demands of tour professionals with the expectations of regular golfers.

Like Rogue, the Sub Zero benefits from improved Jailbreak Technology, which significantly alters how the head behaves at impact. Featuring new, light hourglass shaped titanium bars that have been aligned with a stiffening at the crown and sole, the face is now capable of taking on more impact-load to create faster ball speeds. Enhanced XFace VFT Technology additionally boosts distance.

Hugely proud of its engineering, Callaway is thrilled by the achievement of creating a low-spin driver with this level of forgiveness, with that MOI starting with the club’s light-and-strong triaxial carbon composite crown, which saves weight that’s redistributed in the head’s perimeter.

Rogue Sub Zero’s striking head shape and design presented Callaway’s engineers with the opportunity to position the CG low and deep with a more neutral bias. This position, along the head’s neutral axis (the line that runs perpendicular to the loft and intersects with the geometric centre of the head), promotes higher launch and low spin – the desired launch conditions that ultimately result in distance.

In what can be considered a practical addition to these innovations, a pair of interchangeable weights (2g and 14g) in the front and back of the sole allow golfers to adjust spin-rate ±200 rpm. Position the heavier weight forward to lower the spin; position it in back to increase forgiveness and promote higher launch and longer carry.

 

 

 

 

Price: £469. PRODUCT AT RETAIL IN EUROPE: 09/02/2018.

For more information, visit http://ca.callawaygolf.com.


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