Rogue 2020 Fairway Wood
Rogue fairway woods are the first fairways with Jailbreak technology, and also incorporate Callaway's renowned Face Cup technology. Together, the two most effective speed-enhancing technologies we've ever developed make Rogue the most powerful fairways they have ever created. "The challenge was to make these technologies work together," said Dr. Alan Hocknell. "That technological synergy is what makes Rogue fairways an engineering marvel, and an absolute powerhouse." In addition to power, Rogue fairways also feature an exceptionally low CG that makes them super-easy to launch, plus they're extremely versatile - the total package.
Callaway R&D has successfully installed groundbreaking Jailbreak Technology in a fairway wood for the first time, with two steel Jailbreak bars that stiffen the body, placing more impact load on the face to promote increased ball speed and distance.
Ultra-thin Face + Face Cup Technology
The ultra-thin, Carpenter 455 steel face is extremely fastby itself. Jailbreak Technology makes it faster. Face Cup also promotesmore speed, on both center and off-center hits. The combined effect of these three technologies is meant to help golfers achieve fast ball speed and long distance on both center-face hits and off-center hits.
Internal Standing Wave Technology
Rogue fairways also incorporate Callaway's proprietary Internal Standing Wave technology, which they pioneered in our irons to position the CG with tremendous precision. In Rogue fairway woods, ISW positions the CG low and forward to promote a distance-enhancing combination of high-launch and low-spin.
Triaxial Carbon Crown
Rogue fairway wood crowns consist of our proprietary triaxial carbon composite material that's lighter and stronger than steel. The saved weight, along with weight saved by the fixed hosel, is used to pull the CG dramatically lower to promote easy launch, and to increase MOI for forgiveness.
Boeing Aero Package
Boeing and Callaway collaborated to develop the Speed Step technology used in past Callaway metalwoods. In Rogue, we worked with Boeing to redefine the geometry of the leading edge to improve airflow to promote faster head speed.