Callaway Rogue Pro Irons Review
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The Callaway Rogue Pro Irons retail from $999,99 (MSRP) and considering the fact they've achieved the perfect score in the reputable publication Golf Digest 2018 Hot List, the company's claims that they make for the best mélange of accuracy, distance and playability ever encountered in a Callaway iron seem reasonable. The Callaway Rogue Pro Irons performance package is nothing short of flabbergasting: these babies come fully loaded to appease the better players out there. You'll definitely enjoy Callaway Rogue Pro Irons' thin top line, their compact head, the minimal offset and shallow cavity, all aimed at increasing trajectory control, workability and impact feedback. Just like their siblings, the Callaway Rogue Pro Irons boast the company's patented VFT (variable face thickness) and 360 Face Cup technology, to enlarge the area of the face that delivers blazing fast ball speed, thus promoting more distance and increased ball speed, shot after shot. To achieve optimal flight and control, the Callaway Rogue Pro features Tungsten Weighting, for promoting optimal levels of control and launch at each individual loft.

To improve the feel and sound, Callaway inserted urethane inside the cavity behind the face, in order to mitigate the disadvantages of the ultra thin 360 Face Cup. Playing the Rogue Pro irons, you'll discover they still feel and sound like a better player's iron. At address, you'll love the design of the Rogue Pro irons, as they boast a more aggressive look due to the chrome on the back (this is definitely aimed at better players) and the absence of the blue “notes”. Considering the price tag and more than decent levels of forgiveness/overall performance, the Rogue Pro Irons are aimed at single-figure Callaway aficionados, thus making for “the best bang for the buck” in their category.