Callaway Rogue ST Max LS Driver
Who’s It For?
The new Callaway Rogue ST Driver line represents a significant leap for a manufacturer that continues to push the limits of metal wood technology. Callaway’s new lines include four different models, each of which is tailored to a different type of golfer. One constant among each of the Rogue ST drivers, however, is an impressive combination of speed and stability that makes it easier than ever to hit the ball long and straight. The Callaway Rogue ST Max LS Driver is a low-spinning, low-launching driver designed for higher-skilled golfers looking to reduce the spin numbers of their tee shots.
The Tech Story
As its name suggests, Callaway Rogue ST Max LS Driver is built to reduce spin, which the club accomplishes without sacrificing workability or distance. Equipped with the new Tungsten Speed Cartridge, which strategically places 23 grams of mass low and deep in the driver’s head. By moving the weight in this position, Callaway’s engineers have boosted the MOI of the Rogue ST Max LS, which consequently has increased the overall forgiveness of the clubface. Back again in the new Rogue ST line is Callaway’s patented Jailbreak Speed Frame. The frame adds stability to the club in multiple directions, delivering more speed at impact across the entire face. Finally, a new Triaxial Carbon crown and sole reduced the weight of the Rogue ST Max LS’ clubface, which was redistributed to increase workability and lower trajectory.
Facts and Figures
Available Lofts: 9°, 10.5°
Clubhead Volume: 460cc
Standard Length: 45 ¾”
Stock Shafts: Mitsubishi Chemical Tensei AV-XLINK Blue 50g (R), Mitsubishi Chemical Tensei AV-XLINK White 60g (S, X)/ 70g (S, X)
Stock Grip: Golf Pride Tour Velvet 360 (55g)
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