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    Callaway Rogue ST Drivers

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    Callaway Rogue ST Drivers

    • FAQs

      Are Callaway Rogue drivers any good?

      Yes, the Callaway Rogue and Callaway Rogue ST drivers are good because the latter design used Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) technologies to find the optimal performance. The drivers are lighter, faster and stronger, with a lower spin rate, to give you the distance and accuracy you crave.

      What does ST stand for in Callaway Rogue ST?

      Callaway Rogue ST stands for “Speed Tuned,” meaning the focus of the 2022 line is speed through the Tungsten Speed Cartridge and other technologies.

      Is Callaway Rogue discontinued?

      Callaway Rogue irons have been discontinued, but they and Callaway Rogue drivers can still be found on GlobalGolf, including the next iteration - Callaway Rogue ST drivers and irons.

      What is the difference in the Callaway Rogue drivers?

      The difference between the Callaway Rogue ST drivers allows every skill level to play Callaway. The Callaway Rogue ST Max driver has more forgiveness without sacrificing distance and has a slight draw bias. The Callaway Rogue ST Max D driver has a larger draw bias and a larger sweet spot. The Callaway Rogue ST Max LS driver remains forgiving despite having a lower spin rate, leading to more distance. The Callaway Rogue ST Triple Diamond LS driver is low-spin and has a fade bias, which is preferred on the PGA Tour.

    • Overview

      Callaway Golf introduced the Callaway Rogue ST drivers in 2022 as an evolution of the 2018 Rogue drivers. The technology in these Callaway drivers has been significantly upgraded through the use of Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) technologies, which the Callaway Rogue driver designs of 2018 did not have. The Rogue ST drivers, which stand for “Speed Tuned,” have an optimized Flash Face to offer you everything you need off the tee - distance, accuracy and forgiveness.

      There are four Callaway Rogue ST driver models. The Callaway Rogue ST Max driver is for mid to high handicaps looking for more forgiveness and distance; this Callaway driver also comes with a slight draw bias to counter and slice tendencies. The Callaway Rogue ST Max D driver takes the former design a step further and increases the draw bias while also adjusting the weights to give you a larger sweet spot and ultimate forgiveness.

      For lower handicap players, the Callaway Rogue ST Max LS driver has lower spin but still has a high MOI (moment of inertia), as noted by the “Max” in the name. When you have a faster swing speed, the lower spin rate will give you a more piercing ball flight and more distance. The popular Callaway driver on the PGA Tour, the Callaway Rogue ST Triple Diamond LS driver, takes the low spin to the next level by adding a fade bias, the preference on Tour, and making the driver clubhead more compact and workable.

    • Pro Tips

      What stands out in the Callaway Rogue ST drivers is the added forgiveness in every driver, from the Max to the Triple Diamond LS, without sacrificing distance. Each of the four models from Callaway Golf will maximize your distance based on your swing speed, giving you all you need on the golf course.

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