Callaway Rogue Sub Zero Fairway Woods Review
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The Callaway Rogue Sub Zero Fairway Woods retail from $299 (MSRP) and just like their “standard” siblings, they make for the first fairway woods in the company history to be fitted with the innovative Jailbreak technology, along with the proprietary Face Cup and, moreover, the Internal Standing Wave technologies, to offer you unprecedented power and less spin than ever before. The Jailbreak Technology works together with Face Cup for the first time in a fairway wood, thus making for faster ball speeds across the face, thus delivering consistent long distance. The sole’s front features a five gram weight screw, which helps with positioning the center of gravity (CG) low and forward, in order to reduce spin, thus promoting distance.

The crown in the Callaway Rogue Sub Zero Fairway Woods is light and strong, being built from a composite material, and it was also re-positioned in the head to increase the moment of inertia (MOI) and to reduce spin. It’s worth mentioning that these babies benefit from Callaway’s collaboration with Boeing, i.e. their aerodynamics are excellent thanks to the company’s proprietary Speed Step technology, that promotes more club speed via better airflow. To make a long story short, the Callaway Rogue Sub Zero Fairway Woods were built and designed for the faster swinger with a steeper angle of attack, while the “regular” is “for the masses” so to speak, the jack of all trades. According to the company, the Rogue Sub Zero fairway woods make for the most effective speed boosting package they’ve ever created, and that’s due to the ultra thin carpenter 455 steel face working in tandem with the Face Cup technology. The glue hosed hosel and the composite-carbon made crown free up weight, which is re-positioned to create a high moment of inertia/ultra low center of gravity package, that makes the Callaway Rogue Sub Zero Fairway Woods incredibly versatile and easy to launch, and also amazingly powerful.