Callaway Rogue Fairway Woods Review
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Callaway’s latest Rogue Fairway Woods retail for $299 (MSRP) and they’re the first fairway woods to be implemented with the company’s proprietary Jailbreak technology. Due to the Jailbreak gizmo and the famous Face Cup technology, the new Rogue generation makes for the most powerful fairway woods ever created by the company. These two innovative technologies implemented in a fairway wood work in tandem to promote incredible fast ball speeds all across the face (or almost) for providing consistent and predictable long distance, shot after shot, round after round.

Playing the new generation of Rogue fairway woods, you’ll be amazed by how easy to launch they are on a strong/straight flight. Callaway achieved these features in their Rogue fairway woods via a very low center of gravity (CG) and a high moment of inertia (MOI), thus making them exceptionally easy to hit and pin point accurate. To enhance distance and forgiveness, Callaway put their best engineering in the Rogue fairway woods, saving weight via their Triaxial Carbon crown, which is light and strong and now re-positioned in the head to increase the moment of inertia and to promote higher launch and low spin. Obviously, the Rogue fairway woods come with the Boeing Aero Package, as Callaway worked with Boeing to redesigning the geometry of the leading edge (the Speed Step technology thing), which now promotes a faster-than-ever head speed. What makes the Rogue fairway wood really special is the use of 2 steel bars which are positioned in the clubhead, connecting the sole and the crown, for stiffening the body and allowing the clubface to maximize the energy transfer at ball impact. Tech-talk aside, in real life this translates in enhanced ball speeds from basically all impact spots.