Callaway Rogue ST Irons

The new Callaway Rogue ST Irons have finally hit the market, and there is truly an option for every golfer. The Rogue ST Irons come in five different models, including the Rogue ST Max, Rogue ST OS, Rogue ST Pro, Rogue ST Max OS Lite, and the Women’s Rogue ST Max OS Lite irons. Each of the club heads, with the exception of the Rogue ST Pro, offers very similar technology that optimizes both distance and forgiveness. Let’s look at some of what Callaway has done to improve upon the Mavrik and the previous Rogue series. 

Callaway Rogue ST Irons Features and Benefits 

The new Rogue ST Irons are designed to give golfers more ball speed without having players change their swing. The Rogue ST Irons have a completely new look, and once again, we have seen what AI can do in the world of golf technology. 

Higher Ball Speed

For most golfers, getting consistent and long distance with the irons is a struggle. With the new high strength, 450 AI Designed Flash Face Cup technology; it is much easier to get the ball speed a player needs. In addition, this ball speed is more consistent. After all, what good is it to hit a 7 iron 150 yards and then hit the next one 130 yards? 

AI Face Optimization

A few years ago, Callaway started optimizing the face and center of gravity of each individual iron as part of a set. This technology has continued and helps golfers get consistent spin across all of their golf irons. If you want to have some idea of where your iron shots are going and how they are getting there, this technology can help. 

Urethane Microspheres

One of the things we love about Callaway is that when technology works, they carry it forward from one release to the next. The Urethane Microspheres have helped to improve the overall feel, and they are included in the new Rogue ST irons. The sound on the new Rogue ST has also been enhanced from the Mavrik series. 

Tungsten Weighting

More Tungsten weighting has been installed in the new Callaway Rogue ST irons. The extra tungsten is up to 62 grams in some of the models, and it has improved overall speed. This technology also helps the club feel a bit more solid at impact and decreases the vibration that you may feel. Golfers looking for all-around better performance should consider irons that feature tungsten. 

Conclusion

The new Rogue ST Irons is such a broad product offering that any mid to high handicapper can find a unique fine-tuned performance for their game. We love the mix of both forgiveness and distance that you get with these new Rogue ST. Talk to a Fairway Jockey expert about the best golf shafts to put in these irons to fit your needs as a player. There are several different stock options with each individual Callaway Rogue ST model.