Callaway Golf’s first task was to create a driver that could outperform the Epic range, whilst still conforming to USGA standards. The result was the Callaway Rogue.
Jailbreak was the huge talking point in the Epic driver. Now, Callaway are boasting further improvements to this technology in their latest product line.
A new ‘Jailbreak Effect’ combines a unique X Face VFT with an improved jailbreak innovation – a collaboration that generates industry leading ball speeds. A new ‘hourglass’ Jailbreak design is 25% lighter than the Epic, giving callaway discretionary weight that can be moved to a more effective position.
Callaway’s decision to exclude the sliding weight in the Rogue increases the playability of the Rogue driver, which mid-higher handicappers may prefer over the Epic range. The weight that was allocated to the Epic’s sliding weight can now be positioned to improve the forgiveness dimensions within the driver head. “We wanted the standard Rogue Driver to have the same characteristics as the standard Epic locked in its neutral position, but with much greater MOI (resistance to twisting)”.
Although some may still prefer the Epic, Callaway are hoping that Tour players make the change for the 2018 season.
- Exceptional Ball Speed from the Jailbreak Effect
- More MOI and forgiveness from a Triaxial Carbon Crown
- Industry-leading Boeing Aero Package
- Premium Shaft Selection at Multiple Weights