ClubTest 2022: Callaway Rogue ST hybrids tested and reviewed
This year’s ClubTest is bigger and better than ever. To help you make sense of the mountain of high-tech new clubs on the market, we put all of the latest offerings from the top golf club manufacturers to the ultimate test. Below you will find the test results and a complete review of Callaway’s Rogue ST hybrids.
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Callaway Rogue ST Review
We tested: Rogue ST Max: 18°, 20°, 23°, 26°; Rogue ST Max OS: 19°, 21°, 24°, 27°, 30°, 33°; Rogue ST Pro: 18°, 20°, 23°; Rogue ST Max OS Lite: 21°, 24°, 27°, 30°, 33°, 36°
Our take: There’s a wide spectrum of clubhead designs in the Rogue ST hybrid lineup, but there’s one thing they have in common: forgiveness. While the four heads are made for different flight trajectories, our testers repeatedly found their mishits to stay on target without losing distance. The Rogue ST Max OS Lite, specifically, was especially high launching, helping even slower speed players hit moon balls.
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Callaway Rogue ST Max hybrids
The details: A new Jailbreak technology is the likely culprit for our testers finding increased accuracy with the Rogue ST hybrids. The new tech features square-like shapes that sit behind the toe and heel sections of the A.I. optimized faces to stiffen the structure on mishits. Additionally, heavy Tungsten weighting in the toe section helps center overall weight in the heads, making them extra fast and stable. The Pro is the lowest launching, Max and Max OS are for mid-launch trajectories, and the Max OS Lite is a lightweight head designed for high launch.