Callaway Rogue ST Woods Review (3 NEW Models for 2022)
The Rogue ST woods feature three separate fairway models
Callaway Rogue ST Woods are new for 2022 and feature three separate models to cater for all golfers. How do the LS, Max and Max D perform?
Like Rogue ST driver range, Callaway have introduced a low spin model, a marginal draw bias in the Max and a draw variation of the woods – all of which are described as the fastest fairways yet.
Joining the new Rogue ST drivers, hybrids and irons, the new fairway woods are designed to be longer and more forgiving than previous Callaway models including the original Rogues and Epic series.
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What Callaway says about the Rogue ST woods:
“The LS Fairway Wood model features a deeper face with a compact footprint especially suited for better players. The shape and face profile make this our most fade-capable fairway wood.
“The Max Fairway Wood model will fit a wide range of players who want speed, forgiveness, and all-around performance. It’s a mid-launch offering with slight draw bias.
“The Max D is our first dedicated draw fairway wood. It’s the highest launching fairway wood in our lineup and utilizes a slightly closed face, more upright lie angle and additional weight in the heel to promote a powerful draw.”
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Callaway Rogue ST Woods Design & Features
Callaway have designed three fairway woods models that followed on from the new drivers with an ideal option for the bag of all golfers.
The trio of models all feature new Jailbreak Technology moved towards the perimeter, a tungsten Speed Cartridge to move the CG low and forward, Face Cup Technology for added speed, distance and control.
The Max woods are the standard model and suit a variety of golfers. Offering a mid-launch and slight draw bias, the Max is a perfect all-rounder.
For the first time, Callaway have come up with their first ever draw biased fairway wood with the launch of the Callaway Rouge ST woods Max D model.
Ideally suited to golfers looking to straighten that slice or develop a draw, the Max D has extra weight in the heel and provides a high towering ball flight.
The third option in the range in the Rogue ST LS fairway woods, which has been designed to reduce the spin levels and increase distance.
The LS has a more compact clubhead than the Max and Max D, but the face is deeper. This is the option if you are looking to develop a fade.
Verdict: Are Callaway Rogue ST woods any good?
The new Rogue ST woods are among the best of the new releases with the three models ensuring they suit the game of all golfers from low-handicap to high-handicap.
Whether you struggle with a fade or want to develop a draw, you can get the most out of the Rogues and add distance to your game from the fairways, rough or tee box.
Consistency is what these fairway woods deliver with notable distance gains, more accuracy and the ability to reach greens when they were previously beyond you.
From the standard Max model to the draw enhancing Max D and low spin LS, there is a lot to like about Callaway’s Rogue STs.
When will the new Rogue ST fairway woods be released?
The new woods were unveiled in January 2022 and are available to purchase.
What models of the new Callaway Rogue ST woods are available?
The Rogue ST range features the Max, Max D and the LS. The Max D is a dedicated draw fairway, while the LS is a low-spin model. There is no adjustable hosel, but instead interchangeable swing weights.
How much do the Callaway Rogue ST woods cost?
The woods are being sold at $349.99 / £260 per fairway.
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