CALLAWAY ROGUE IRONS
Callaway’s new Rogue irons are led by its renowned 360 Face Cup technology with Variable Face Thickness (VFT) technology to expand the portion of the face that delivers fast ball speed. And the company’s urethane microspheres improve sound and feel without compromising COR and ball speed. The result is the best combination of distance, accuracy and playability in a Callaway iron ever.
Rogue Irons Are For: Distance, accuracy, easy to hit and versatility with great sound and feel. Suited for average players seeking balanced performance.
Rogue Pro Irons Are For: Better players looking for a compact head, thin topline, thin sole, shallow cavity and minimal offset to increase workability, trajectory control and impact feedback.
Rogue X Irons Are For: A total distance overhaul. Lighter in weight and longer in length with stronger lofts. A wide sole pulls the CG low and deep for easy, high launch and long carry. 360 Face Cup and VFT give greater average ball speed. For those looking to max out distance.
CALLAWAY ROGUE HYBRIDS
These are the first hybrids to incorporate Callaway’s innovative Jailbreak distance technology. First introduced last year in the Great Big Bertha Epic Driver, it became the #1 selling driver in the U.S. every month in 2017. The synergy of Jailbreak and Callaway’s Hyper Speed Face Cup make these the most powerful hybrids that Callaway has ever created.
Rogue Hybrids Are For: Every golfer looking to add more distance.
Rogue X Hybrids Are For: Even more distance featuring lighter weights, stronger lofts and a larger clubhead.
Rogue Irons: $899.99 steel/$999.99 graphite
Rogue Pro Irons: $999.99
Rogue X Irons: $899.99 steel/$999.99 graphite
Rogue Hybrids: $249.99 each
Rogue X Hybrids: $249.99 each
Rogue Women’s Irons: $999.99 (graphite)
Rogue Women’s Hybrids: $249.99
Pre-sale Date: 1/19
Product At Retail Date: 2/9 (for all Rogue Irons and Hybrids)
Rogue Women’s Irons and Hybrids Retail Date: 3/2
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