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Callaway Rogue and Rogue Pro Iron Review

REVIEW: Calloway Rogue Irons

By: | Wed 17 Jan 2018 | Comments

Callaway have launched their new Rogue and Rogue pro Irons for 2018. The two irons make up a wider family from Callaway that promises to build on the legacy of the EPIC range. 

Golfshake's Owen Davies got his hands on a set of both the Rogue and Rogue Pros and headed straight to the range to put the new irons to the test. Check out how he got in the video below: 




About the Callaway Rogue and Callaway Rogue Pro Irons

The Callaway Rogue iron range combines the manufacturers renowned 360 Face Cup Technology with Variable Face Thickness (VFT) Technology to expand the portion of the face that delivers fast ball speed. This technology also employs a shallow, flexible rim around the perimeter of the face that flexes and releases at impact to increase ball speed. VFT also influences how the face itself flexes to promote more ball speed on off-centre hits.

The Tungsten Weighting has allowed Callaway to position the CG in each of the long irons with extraordinary precision, promoting optimum launch and control at each individual loft. The tungsten is twice as heavy as steel, and concentrates significant weight into a small space in the form of an intricately shaped part, which is key to precisely controlling CG location. Finally, Elastic-Urethane Microspheres provide the sound and feel benefits of urethane without compromising COR or ball speed.

The Rogue iron has substantially sized head, with medium topline, medium sole-width and progressive offset to offer long, accurate, easy to hit and versatile irons. The Pro iron caters for the better player, with a compact head, thin topline, thin sole, shallow cavity and minimal offset that increases workability, trajectory control and impact feedback.

Callaway Rogue Irons Pricing and availability


  • Rogue – Available 3 – LW
  • Rogue Pro – Available 3 – AW


  • Rogue –  Aldila Quaranta (LL and W flex) (Graphite)
  • Aldila Synergy (L, R and S flex) (Graphite)
  • True Temper XP (R and S flex) (Steel)
  • Rogue Pro - XP 105 Stepless (R, S and XS flex) (Steel)


  • Steel - £849 (7 irons)
  • Graphite - £1,049 (7 irons)

The Rogue and Rogue pro will be available to purchase from the 23rd February 2018. 

For more information please visit the Callaway website - Click here

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