Do you use your fairway woods?

Chris Pearson

21 March 2022

We all want a club in the bag that we can fall back on when we’re having a bad round or just lacking confidence with the driver. That club is affectionately known as ‘old reliable’, but its official name is a fairway wood. We like that reliability, but we’re not so keen on the ‘old’ part. That’s why we have a NEW alternative just for you.

Callaway Rogue ST Fairway Woods

When it comes to getting that not-so-old reliable in your bag, there’s no better option than Callaway’s Rogue ST models. All three versions of these fairway woods boast Jailbreak technology and a Flash Face Cup to optimise speed & distance. Both of these technologies are made using automated intelligence to help engineers find designs that get the absolute maximum out of every shot - and wow have they done it.

That A.I. technology is seriously cool, but it’s also effective as it means you can find those faraway greens from further away than ever before and get further down that narrow fairway.

Callaway Rogue ST Fairway Woods

The Rogue ST Max fairway helps a wide range of golfers find a balance of distance and forgiveness, while the Rogue ST Max D adds a draw bias to fight misses to the right. Both of these are particularly useful when you’re trying to keep it in-play off-the-tee. If you’re a confident ball-striker, the low-spinning Rogue ST LS edition has a compact shape and lets you shape your shots with added precision.

However, if you truly want to get yourself a trustworthy club in the bag, you should consider coming to us for a fitting. This gives you the best results possible and allows you to have unwavering confidence that it’s the right club for you.

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