Callaway Rogue X Irons – (Graphite)

Callaway Rogue X Irons – (Graphite) is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 32.
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Callaway Rogue X Irons – (Graphite)
Callaway Rogue X Irons – (Graphite)
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Product Information:

Geared to max out performance, Callaway Rogue X Irons unleash a total distance overhaul. Lighter weights, longer lengths and stronger lofts help golfers optimize speed. 360 Face Cup Technology combines with VFT to dramatically expand the sweet spot for explosive distance. A Urethane Microsphere layer between the face and body dampens vibration to improve sound and feel. Intricately positioned Tungsten weights optimize launch and control at each loft.

It’s Time To Go Rogue: Selecting Your Model

  • Callaway Rogue Irons: Long, accurate, easy-to-hit, versatile with greate sound and feel. Substantially-sized head with medium topline, medium sole-width and progressive offset.
  • Callaway Rogue X Irons: Lighter in weight and longer in length, with stronger lofts. Wide sole pulls the CG low and deep for easy, high launch and long carry.

360 Face Cup + Variable Face Thickness (VFT)

  • Technologies combine to dramatically expand the portion of the face that delivers fast ball speed, giving golfers more distance on off-center hits
  • 360 Face Cup employs a shallow, flexible rim around the perimeter of the face that flexes and releases at impact to increase ball speed
  • Variable Face Thickness (VFT) includes how the face itself flexes to promote even more ball speed on off center hits

Urethane Microspheres

  • Elastic-Urethane Microspheres provide the sound and feel benefits of urethane without compromising COR or ball speed
  • Engineered to combat the excessive vibration, unpleasant sound and harsh feel commonly produced by irons with thin faces
  • Urethane dampens vibration to improve sound and feel while also maintaining the performance benefits of increased face flex

MIM’d, Tungsten-Infused Standing Wave

  • Tungsten Weighting allows for extraordinarily precise CG positioning for optimum launch and control at each individual loft
  • Twice as heavy as steel, Tungsten concentrates significant weight into a small space to for an intricately shaped part
  • The result is a precisely controlled CG location engineered to maximize performance

Aldila SYNERGY 60 Graphite Shaft

  • Based on one of Aldila’s most successful profiles ever developed – Aldila Tour Blue – now with Graphene enhanced epoxy resin
  • Graphene is 300x stronger than structural steel and 20x stronger than graphite fibers to fortify and strengthen the shaft
  • Constant taper design, smooth balance profile and Graphene tip section provides exceptional feel and smooth, controlled release
  • Weight: 66g (R), 68g (S) | Torque: 4.7° | Kick Point: Mid | Trajectory: Mid
  • Brand: Callaway
  • Style: 4A282532C2376,4A286532C1376,4A385032C1376,4A386568C2376,4A385068C2376,4A286568C2376,4A282503D3376,4A286732C1376,4A285032C1376,4A282532C1376,4A386768C2376,4A384868C2376,4A286768C2376,4A285003D3376


Tech Specs:

Model Loft Lie Length Offset Swing Weight
4 Iron 18.5° 60.5° 39" .32" C8
5 Iron 21° 61.25° 38.5" .305" C8
6 Iron 24° 62° 38" .29" C8
7 Iron 27° 62.5° 37.5" .27" C8
8 Iron 31.5° 63° 37" .24" C8
9 Iron 36° 63.5° 36.5" .215" C8
PW 41° 64° 36" .185" C8
AW 46° 64° 35.75" .15" C8
GW 51° 64° 35.5" .125" C8
SW 56° 64° 35.5" .1" C8
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Rogue X Verses Apex CF-16 I wanted to test the Rogue X verses my Callaway APEX CF-16. The Rogue X ball flight was a bit lower, the feel was stiff and the distance was shorter by about 5 yards on average. Great looking club but need a forged version that could leverage the new construction.
Date published: 2018-04-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Irons, easy to hit and they do go further than my old clubs wasn't sure I believed all the hype on the new Rouges especially the X model. I was wrong, they work.
Date published: 2018-04-16
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Never played wide flange clubs before- hate them. Loved the clubs when testing on mat, however, unable to transfer to the real course. I’ve never used irons that have an offset or wide flange and apparently I am not able to make the necessary adjustment(s) needed for the transition from the test range to the course. The clubs are beautiful and the value is high. Sour grapes on my a bad purchase. Should have gotten the Rogue Pro’s.
Date published: 2018-04-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great love the distance hitting 15 to 20 yards longer and clubs soft feel
Date published: 2018-04-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Rogue X irons I am old. After 67 I really found my iron play diminishing. I read about the new Rogue X irons and decided to buy them. The clubs are longer and stronger. I’m 6’3” and had them cut 1/2” longer. It took a bit to get used to them but I actually hit these irons 7-10 yards longer than my old irons. In short I am completely sold on the Rogue X irons.
Date published: 2018-04-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I am not in a position to make this call since I have not played them but two times I really can not rate the clubs I just purchase. I am not hitting them crisp. I was at a Callaway demo yesterday and found out that I need a 1 degree up and. Half inch longer. So I guess I am stuck with these now. I have only played with them two times .
Date published: 2018-04-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from As advertised I demoed these a couple of times before I made the purchase, so I had very high expectations, and they have delivered. The lofts are one club stronger than my Pings, but the seven still launches like a 7 (maybe an 8) with the distance of my old 6 iron. It is freaking out my playing partners to see me hitting a 7 iron 155-160 yards. (I’m a retired sixty something). But a 150 club is still a 150 club regardless of the number stamped on the sole, so the real improvement for me has been the tight disbursement. I hit more greens and had more makeable birdie putts last week than anytime in 50 years of golf. I love the feel of the lighter shafts, and I think that is a big part of the improvement formula. I play close to 100 rounds a year and I am a 11 to 14 handicap depending on the weather. I have never gotten my index below 10.5, But I think that I have a chance with these new irons.
Date published: 2018-04-11
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Weather in the northeast has limited my testing of this product Unfortunately, I live in the northeast and there is still snow on the ground, so I have only hit the club a handful of times at an indoor golf simulator, making it difficult to rate this club at this time.
Date published: 2018-04-07
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