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  • Pro Tip: The 2022 Callaway Rogue Drivers Are Groundbreaking

    Pro Tip: The 2022 Callaway Rogue Drivers Are Groundbreaking

    The Callaway Rogue drivers made quite the splash in 2018, but the 2022 Rogue ST drivers just pulled off a cannonball.

    Callaway Golf released four drivers as part of their latest Rogue line - the Max, Max D, Max LS and Triple Diamond LS. It doesn’t matter what your handicap is - if you want to put a new Callaway ST Rogue driver in your golf bag, you can.

    Callaway Rogue ST Technology vs. Callaway Rogue Drivers in 2018

    Let’s take a dive deeper into the advanced technologies behind the new Callaway drivers in 2022. With the latest scientific innovations, there’s a lot to unpack here.

    One of the most important changes since the release of the original Rogue driver is the utilization of Callaway’s Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) technology. They first introduced this process in 2019 when designing the Callaway Epic Flash driver; that means, their new and improved process skipped the 2018 Rogue drivers. Now, all Callaway Rogue ST drivers have an optimized Flash Face ready to give you more speed, distance and forgiveness.

    The Rogue drivers are now also more stable thanks to both the proprietary Jailbreak A.I. technology in the club head frame and the Tungsten Speed Cartridge found in the lower back of the design. The latter also helps you decrease your spin thanks to the lower center of gravity (CG).

    Meet the Four Callaway Rogue ST Driver Models

    Now that you’re as hooked as we are, let’s see what each model brings to the table in addition to the innovation listed above.

    Callaway Rogue ST Max Driver

    Callaway Rogue ST MAX Driver

    The Rogue ST Max driver is the one you’ll see most often on the golf course. This Callaway driver takes the mentioned technological advances and then adds forgiveness via increased moment of inertia (MOI) without sacrificing distance; in fact, your distance will improve.

    Another perk to the Callaway Rogue ST Max is the slight draw bias that battles your fade-to-slice tendencies and can also add some more yardage off the tee.

    Callaway Rogue ST Max D Driver

    Callaway Rogue ST MAX D Driver

    The Rogue ST Max D driver takes the Max and adds a larger draw bias. Callaway Golf accomplishes this design through an offset clubface, a stronger lie angle and weighting positions. The sweet spot has also been enlarged for even more forgiveness. If you’re looking to fix your slice and hit it further, this is your driver.

    Callaway Rogue ST Max LS Driver

    Callaway Rogue ST MAX LS Driver

    Though the basis of the Rogue ST Max LS driver is lower spin, the “Max” part of the name confirms a higher MOI is also present for forgiveness. When you have a low-spin driver, you see more piercing ball flights, which can lead to more distance.

    Plus, when you’re crunching launch monitor numbers and are more focused on spin than dispersion, there’s a good chance you’re looking for more workability as well. This Callaway driver adds distance and shot shaping like no other.

    Callaway Rogue ST Triple Diamond LS Driver

    Callaway Rogue ST Triple Diamond LS Driver

    The Rogue ST Triple Diamond LS driver is the crown jewel of the collection. Geared toward Tour players, this driver is still low spin-heavy and actually has a fade bias, the preferred ball flight on Tour. The compact shape and workability of this club head adds to the precision needed to get the most out of this Callaway driver; though this is the least forgiving driver of the four, it still has a solid amount of MOI to ensure a high forgiveness is available if needed.


    Which Callaway Rogue ST Driver is Right for You?

    There is a Callaway Rogue driver in 2022 for everyone. If you’re in need of more distance, accuracy and forgiveness off the tee and have a higher handicap, the Rogue ST Max and Rogue ST Max D are where you want to start looking - especially if you have a pesky slice.

    If you are in a mid to low handicap range and want to work the ball more while still adding yardage to your tee shot, the Rogue ST Max LS is the perfect combination of all you need. Lastly, if you’re a scratch golfer or on Tour, you’ll most likely be looking at the Rogue ST Triple Diamond LS driver.

    If you’re unsure where you fall on the handicap scale or feel like you’re in between drivers, check out GlobalGolf’s USelect™. Our staff of PGA Professionals built a brief quiz you can take about your game and then receive recommendations. To see which Callaway drivers are right for you, simply filter your results by brand.

    You can take your research into your own hands - literally - by demoing the latest Callaway drivers with UTry® when, where and how you want. For up to 14 days, you can take them out on your golf course, to your driving range or even to a golf lesson - anywhere you need to feel comfortable about your choice.

    If the price tag is stopping you from investing in this incredible technology, don’t forget to check out our selection of used Callaway drivers or our UTrade-In™ program. You can trade in your golf clubs for the best value at GlobalGolf and earn credit toward your next purchase, like a Callaway Rogue driver.

    The Callaway Rogue ST drivers are a sight to behold, which is why GlobalGolf wants you to feel confident about adding the right one to your golf bag. This is some groundbreaking technology you don’t want to miss.