Callaway Rogue Hybrid Review
REVIEW: Calloway Rogue Hybrid
Callaway have launched their new Rogue range of clubs for 2018 and with it the Rogue Hybrid. We recently headed to the range and the course to put the new hybrid through it's paces and to find out what difference the jailbreak technology would make to the Rougue Hybrid performance. Check out the video below from Owen Davies for a comprehisive review of the club:
About the Callaway Rogue Hybrid:
For the first time ever, Jailbreak Technology features in a hybrid club since its introduction to the driver range in the Epic model. This technology sees two steel Jailbreak bars stiffen the body, placing more impact load on the face to promote ball speed and distance.
The hybrid also features an ultra-thin, Carpenter 455 steel face, which is extremely fast. Combined with Callaway’s industry-leading Hyper Speed Face Cup that maintains speed across the face, Rogue creates fast ball speed and long distance on off centre hits. The Internal Standing Wave allows Callaway to located CG lower and forward to promote easy launch.
Rogue Hybrid Specifications, pricing and availability
- Rogue – 2H (17°), 3H (19°), 4H (21°), 5H (24°) and 6H (27°)
- Rogue X – 3H (18°), 4H (20°), 5H (23°), 6H (26°), 7H (29°), and 8H (32°)
- Aldila Quaranta (LL and W flex) (Rogue only)
- Aldila Synergy (L, R and S flex)
For more information, please visit the Callaway website by - Clicking here
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