Callaway Rogue ST Max Fairway Review.

Welcome to the Callaway Rogue ST Max Fairway review.

In our Callaway Rogue ST Max Fairway review, we look at the overall performance of the Rogue ST max Fairway wood to see if it’s a good fit for your game.

Callaway Rogue ST Max Fairway Review – Introduction.

Callaway Rogue ST Max Fairway is part of the Rogue ST Clubs models released for 2022.

Just like other Clubs in the Rogue ST family, the ST fairway is empowered to deliver improved performance from the previous models.

The ST in the Rogue ST lineup stands for “Speed tuned”, meaning, the design and engineering of the Rogue ST lineup are for speed purposes.

Talking specifically on the Rogue ST Max Fairway wood, this club is packed with massive speed, and features offset and slight draw bias to eliminate slices and create more forgiveness.

This Club is designed to accommodate a wide range of golfers looking for speed and forgiveness in their fairway wood.

Callaway Rogue ST Max Fairway Review – Basic Features/Technologies.

The Callaway Rogue ST Max Fairway wood features a New A. I Jailbreak System to promote more speeds and stability. Two batwing structures are pushed to the perimeter to provide stiffness while giving room for the face to flex for high ball speeds.

Featuring also is the Tungsten Speed Cartridge. Here, for the first time, Callaway is introducing the groundbreaking, 27g high-density tungsten Speed Cartridge in a fairway wood to create a low and forward center of gravity(CG) for low spin and more ball speed.

Callaway also applied an all-new A. I Flash face optimization for increased speed, launch, and spin.This unique face pattern is customized for each model and loft in the fairway lineup.

Finally, for more Speed and spin consistency, Callaway deployed the A. I Flash face cup made from C300 maraging steel, treated through a proprietary process for more speed and spin consistency across the face.

Standard Specification.

Callaway is using the Project X Cypher Graphite, Mitsubishi Tensei AV Blue Graphite, Mitsubishi Tensei AV White Graphite as the standard stock shaft, while the Golf Pride Tour Velvet 360, 50 grams as the Standard stock grip.

The Rogue ST Max Fairway wood Full Specification.

NAMELOFTAVAILABILITYSTANDARD LENGTHLIECCSWING WEIGHT
3W15°RH / LH43.25″56.0°174D3 (40/50/60G), D4 (70G WHITE), D5 (70G BLUE)
3 HL16.5°RH ONLY43.25″56.0°174D3 (40/50/60G), D4 (70G WHITE), D5 (70G BLUE)
5W18°RH / LH42.75″56.5°148D3 (40/50/60G), D4 (70G WHITE), D5 (70G BLUE)
HEAVENWOOD20°RH ONLY43.00″57.0°153D3 (40/50/60G), D4 (70G WHITE), D5 (70G BLUE)
7W21°RH / LH42.25″57.0°139D3 (40/50/60G), D4 (70G WHITE), D5 (70G BLUE)
9W24°RH ONLY41.75″58.0°132D3 (40/50/60G), D4 (70G WHITE), D5 (70G BLUE)
11W27°RH ONLY41.25″59.0°127D3 (40/50/60G), D4 (70G WHITE), D5 (70G BLUE)

Look.

Talking about the look, the ST Max Fairway wood appeared clean in the bag and behind the ball.

It has a classy, matte black finish, with a speedometer graphic on the crown.

A bold Rogue is inscribed with the st sandwiched between the Rogue and the Max inscription.

Performance.

So, what sort of performance should one expect from the Callaway Rogue ST Max Fairway wood?

Once on the fairway, the Rogue ST Max Fairway deliver sterling performance; you got massive ball speed, massive forgiveness and both sound and feel from impact is solid.

Remember the ST Max fairway is regarded by many as the fastest fairway wood ever, you got to experience that once you hit the fairway.

Forgiveness.

The Rogue ST Max Fairway wood is very forgiving, probably more forgiving than most similar models from other brands at the moment.

The Rogue ST max fairway wood might not offer that level of forgiveness gotten from the ST Max D Fairway, but it does offer massive forgiveness to help mid-high handicappers experience more success with their swing on the fairway.

Speed & Distance.

The Rogue ST Max Fairway wood, just like other Clubs in the Rogue ST lineup, is designed for increased Speed and Distance on the Fairway.

Featuring the A. I newly redesigned jailbreak batwings technology, Callaway is able to increase both speed and stability by pushing the two jailbreak batwings to the perimeter to create stiffness while allowing the Clubface to flex, for higher ball speeds.

So, there you have it, massive ball speed using the newly redesigned A. I powered jailbreak technology.

What Others Are Saying.

So, there has been a couple of reactions from the golfing community about the overall performance of the Rogue ST Max Fairway wood.

One of the beautiful things about the newly launched Callaway Rogue ST lineup is, you are most certainly sure of increased ball speed, and the Rogue ST Max fairway wood isn’t an exception, this is evident from the many positive and 5 star ratings from our reviewers, who all sounded very excited.

Pros:

  • Easy launch.
  • Fast ball speeds.
  • Very forgiving.
  • Beautiful both in the bag and at address.

Cons:

  • Few complaints from the skilled players about workability.

Who Can Play The Rogue ST Max Fairway wood.

The Rogue ST Max Fairway wood is designed to accommodate a wide range of golfers looking for more speeds, more forgiveness, and generally anyone looking for improved performance on all fronts.

Most mid-high handicappers would love the Rogue ST Max Fairway wood.

Where To Buy The Rogue ST Max Fairway Wood.

There are tons of places to buy your Rogue ST Max Fairway wood. These places include walking into a nearby local store to see if you can get the ST max Fairway wood.

Alternatively, you can check on the Callaway online stores and other online golf stores that sell golf equipment.

For the best shopping experience, my best-recommended place is to check on the Callaway store on Amazon.com.

Conclusion.

Conclusively, the Rogue ST Max Fairway wood is regarded by Callaway as the fastest fairway wood ever.

It’s A. I powered and has a mild draw bias for easy launch and forgiveness.

It’s aimed at accommodating a wide range of golfers looking for more speed and forgiveness in their fairway wood.

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