The standard Rogue driver offers a slight draw biased, penetrating ball flight with the lower backspin rate. Very easy driver to hit, just remember you may need more loft than what you’d normally take on a driver, just to optimise on your distance. The Sub Zero in its standard neutral set up is there for the skilled players, wanting more workability with less backspin. Last but by no means least, the Rogue draw, if you’re fighting a fade or slice, this may well be the cure. Little more spin and height and a definite draw flight should provide some welcome relief.
A new and more forgiving 460cc shape boasts a larger address footprint than Epic, encouraging golfers to relax, cut loose and make a free and fast swing. Rogue employs improved Jailbreak Technology with new, hourglass-shaped titanium bars that are 25% lighter while fulfilling their function to stiffen the crown and sole. Rogue has the largest triaxial carbon crown of any Callaway driver ever. We’ve redistributed that weight into the head’s perimeter to significantly increase MOI and forgiveness, which helps preserve distance and direction on off-center hits. Boeing and Callaway collaborated to develop the Speed Step technology used in past Callaway metal woods. In Rogue, we worked with Boeing to redefine the geometry of the leading edge to improve airflow to promote faster head speed.
- Jailbreak technology to increase ball speed
- Triaxial Carbon Crown for more MOI and forgiveness
- Speed Step technology to promote faster head speed