Callaway Rogue ST Irons Review

Four models feature in the new Rogue ST irons range from Callaway

Callaway Rogue ST irons feature four models new for 2022.

Callaway Rogue ST Irons

Callaway Rogue ST irons are new for 2022 with four models in the range that are described as the longest irons ever from the manufacturer.

The irons are part of the new Rogue ST family launched in January 2022 that also includes drivers, fairway woods and hybrids.

The Rogue ST range of irons includes the Max, Max OS, Max OS Lite and the Pro models and Callaway have managed to extra even more distance to craft their longest iron yet.

What Callaway say about the Rogue ST irons:

“For the first time in the industry, we’ve combined high strength 450 steel with our A.I. designed Flash Face Cup.

“We’ve also continued to push innovation through our patented Urethane Microspheres and have massively increased our Precision Tungsten Weighting.

“The Max provides refined game-improvement shaping, incredible speed, forgiveness, and all-around performance.

“The Max OS is a forgiving game-improvement iron with high launch, wide soles, and enhanced offset for mid-high handicap golfers.

“The Max OS Lite is our most forgiving iron with high launch, increased lofts and wide soles in a lightweight package.

“The Pro has hollow body construction with a compact players shape for low-to-mid single digit handicap golfers.”

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Callaway Rogue ST Max Irons Review

The Max model is the standard version of the Rogue ST irons with strongest lofts in this version for the longest iron ever released by Callaway.

Callaway have extracted more ball speed thanks to a new high strength 450 A.I. Flash Face Cup, which provides greater consistency on striking across the club head.

The face in the Rogue ST Max has also been optimised for the perfect combination of speed, launch and spin levels which are consistency across an entire set of irons.

Callaway Rogue ST Max

There is a high launch angle to be gained from the Max irons and a greater ability to stop the ball on green quicker.

Callaway have also added a 62g high-density tungsten weighting around the club head of added ball speed and improved launch.

The urethane microspheres have also been moved up the face compared to the Mavrik irons, located to the sixth groove, for an improved feel.

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Callaway Rogue ST Max OS Irons Review

The Rogue ST Max OS irons have wide soles and a thicker topline than the Max irons, and provide more confidence, more forgiveness and a high launch angle.

The Max OS irons are best suited to mid-to-high handicap golfers with more gains to be made using this model for added ball speed and distance without sacrificing that all-important forgiveness needed.

Like the Max irons, the High Strength 450 A.I. Designed Flash Face Cup provides greater ball speed and the face optimisation has improved the consistency on all speed, launch and spin levels.

Callaway Rogue ST Max OS

In this model, the Precision Tungsten Weighting includes 49g of high-density tungsten on the club head to help deliver consistency ball speed even on off-centre strikes.

The urethane microspheres have also been moved up the face in this model to deliver a pure feel, enhanced sound and fast ball speeds.

Callaway Rogue ST Max OS Lite Irons Review

The Rogue ST Max OS Lite irons are almost identical to the Max OS irons, but with one significant change.

This model has all the same technology as the Max OS, including a High Strength 450 A.I. Designed Flash Face Cup, Face Optimisation, the newly positioned urethane microspheres and 46g of Premium Tungsten Weighting.

Callaway Rogue ST Max OS Lite Irons

They are also designed with wide soles, thicker topline, enhanced offset and a higher ball launch than the Max range.

The key difference in that the Lite model comes with lighter shafts and lighter swingweights across the set.

The Max OS Lite irons are the easiest to swing across the range and the highest launching of all models.

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Callaway Rogue ST Pro Irons Review

The Rogue ST Pros are an attractive iron packed with technology to get the most out of the game of even the best golfers.

They are designed for low-to-mid handicap golfers and provide the perfect platform for shot-shaping from fairways, tees or even the rough.

The Pro irons differ from the Max models as they have a much more blade like look thanks to a hollow body construction and compact shape.

Callaway Rogue ST Pro Irons

The feature the same technologies used across the range, including a High Strength 450 A.I. Designed Flash Face Cup, Face Optimisation, the newly positioned urethane microspheres.

Also in this model, the Premium Tungsten Weighting is a 48g weight total for an impressive high trajectory.

While these performance irons are all about workability and shot-shaping, the hollow body design means there is plenty of forgiveness too as well as eye-catching distance gains.

FAQs

When will the new Rogue ST irons be released?

The new irons were unveiled in January 2022 and are available to purchase from February.

What models of the new Callaway Rogue ST irons are available?

The Rogue ST range features the Max, Max OS, Max OS Lite and the Pro irons.

How much do the Callaway Rogue ST irons cost?

Rogue ST Max irons will retail at $786 (steel) and $1,110 (graphite), Rogue ST Max OS and Rogue ST Max OS Lite will cost $1,100 (steel) and $1,200 (graphite) and Rogue ST Pro are priced at $1,029 (steel) and $1,115 (graphite).