Callaway Rogue ST drivers are new for 2022 with four models in the new range. The Rogue returns as Callaway’s number one driver, but what is new and what can you expect?
The original Rogue driver was introduced in 2018 and is back in a new guise four years on with the promise of providing maximum speed as well as exceptional levels of forgiveness.
Callaway have created four separate models with the Max, Max D, Max LS and Triple Diamond LS offering more flexibility that ever before.
What Callaway says about the Rogue ST drivers:
“The new Rogue ST Drivers represent a breakthrough in driver performance.
“Callaway’s industry-leading innovations, including our Tungsten Speed Cartridge, Jailbreak Speed Frame, and an A.I. designed Flash Face are engineered for maximum speed with exceptional levels of forgiveness.
“Rogue ST Max is our highest MOI head with a slight draw bias that’s built for all levels of golfers, while Rogue ST Max D is built for golfers who want maximum levels of forgiveness from their driver.
“Rogue ST Max LS is a high MOI head built for lower spin along with a stronger trajectory and the Rogue ST Triple Diamond LS Driver is a low spin option for better players and is the latest evolution of our Tour-proven Triple Diamond heads.”
Callaway Rogue ST Max Driver Review
The Max is what Callaway describe as the standard version of the driver and built to be an ideal choice for golfers of all abilities.
The Rogue Max has the highest MOI club head of the four models, and comes with a slight draw bias to help generate added distance off the tee but without sacrificing any forgiveness.
The driver features a slightly reshaped Jailbreak Speed Frame, which has been repositioned to produce maximum ball speed.
Callaway have also managed to lower the spin and increase the forgiveness off the face thanks to even more A.I. research than in any previous driver.
A new groundbreaking Tungsten Speed Cartridge has been placed with 26g positioned low and deep in the driver head to also help improve forgiveness, increase the MOI and stability as well as ball speed.
The Rogue ST Max also features a titanium unibody construction to lower the center of gravity and improve launch angle, and there are weight savings made from the Triaxial Carbon crown.
The Max is available in 9 degrees, 10.5 degrees and 12 degrees and has a fully adjustable hosel to take the loft down 1 degree or up 2 degrees in each model.
Callaway Rogue ST Max D Driver Review
The Max D driver is largely similar to the Max, but this model has a significant draw bias and a stretched profile to help eradicate the dreaded slice from your game.
The club head on the Max D is elongated compared to the Max and has been designed to help with the maximum shot shape correction to really make the most the draw bias.
There is internal and external weighting in the Max D, including 20g in the new groundbreaking Tungsten Speed Cartridge structure low and deep in the driver head.
The Max D has been created with a very high MOI, has a more upright lie that the Max and also features a reduced face progression.
Like the Max, the Max D has a slightly reshaped Jailbreak Speed Frame for increased ball speeds, Flash Face technology, a titanium unibody construction and a Triaxial Carbon crown.
The Max D is available in 9 degrees, 10.5 degrees and 12 degrees and has a fully adjustable hosel to take the loft down 1 degree or up 2 degrees in each model.
Callaway Rogue ST Max LS Driver Review
The Max LS driver is the low spin option in the range and designed to produce a piercing trajectory and neutral ball flight for maximum distance.
The LS has been created for mid-to-low handicap golfers to extra more from their game from the tee box.
Compared to the Max and Max D drivers, the LS model is more workable and the choice for golfers looking to shape shots off the tee with lower spin levels.
The driver has a high MOI thanks to 23g of weight placed low and deep in the driver head thanks to the new groundbreaking Tungsten Speed Cartridge.
Along with the slightly reshaped Jailbreak Speed Frame and A.I. Flash Face technology, the Tungsten Speed Cartridge helps produce greater ball speeds on off-center strikes.
The Max LS driver also features titanium unibody construction for stability and a Triaxial Carbon crown.
The Max LS is available in 9 degrees and 10.5 degrees and has a fully adjustable hosel to take the loft down 1 degree or up 2 degrees in each model.
Callaway Rogue ST Triple Diamond LS Driver Review
This version of the Rogue ST driver is very similar in profile and performance to the LS, but features Callaway’s Triple Diamond club head which is a more compact 450cc option.
Another low-spin model, the Triple Diamond LS driver has a neutral-to-fade set up as well as a standard trajectory from the tee. It is a lowest spinning of the four models.
A slightly reshaped Jailbreak Speed Frame and A.I. Flash Face technology help generate maximum ball speeds even off-centre strikes.
Added stability is provided by a titanium unibody construction while weight savings are made in the latest version of the Triaxial Carbon crown.
The new Tungsten Speed Cartridge in this model features 20g of weight low and back in the club head to increase the MOI.
The Triple Diamond LS is available in 9 degrees and 10.5 degrees and has a fully adjustable hosel to take the loft down 1 degree or up 2 degrees in each model.
When will the new Rogue ST drivers be released?
There is no definite date for the release of the drivers but you can expect them to hit the shelves in the first few months in 2022.
What models of the new Callaway drivers are available?
The Rogue ST range features the Max, Max D, Max LS and Triple Diamond LS drivers.
How much do the Callaway Rogue ST drivers cost?
The Rogue ST drivers are expected to sell for around £450 / $600 when first released.
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