Callaway Announces New Rogue Woods & Irons, Chrome Soft Balls

CALLAWAY GOLF ANNOUNCES NEW ROGUE WOODS & IRONS

The Rogue lineup features the Company’s fastest, most stable drivers, longest fairway woods, longest irons, and fastest hybrids ever

CARLSBAD, Calif., January 4, 2021 – Today, Callaway Golf (NYSE: ELY), an unrivaled tech enabled golf company delivering leading golf equipment, apparel, and entertainment, officially announced their new Rogue Family of Drivers, Fairway Woods, Irons and Hybrids.  Each of these new products will be available at retailers nationwide starting on February 18.

Callaway Rogue Drivers

These new drivers are the Company’s fastest, most stable drivers ever, with industry-leading innovations that create a breakthrough in performance. An all-new Tungsten Speed Cartridge places specific weight (up to 26 grams) low and deep in the head for increased speed, stability, and high MOI. The construction, shaping and positioning of their Jailbreak Speed Frame promotes even more speed and stability. And as the industry leader in Artificial Intelligence, they have lowered spin and increased forgiveness in their face optimization formula.  The new Rogue drivers will retail for $549.99.

Rogue ST MAX: Callaway’s best combination of distance and forgiveness, fits the majority of
players.

Rogue ST MAX D: Dedicated draw model for players who need the most shot shape correction.

Rogue ST MAX LS: Stronger trajectory, lower spin, and more neutral ball flight.

Rogue ST Triple Diamond LS: A compact, low-spin head for better players.

Callaway Rogue Fairway Woods

Their fastest fairway woods ever, in fact they are up to 10 yards longer with new Batwing Technology. The new A.I. Jailbreak system has been completely redesigned to promote speed and stability. Two Jailbreak batwings are pushed to the perimeter, providing stiffness while allowing the face to flex for high ball speeds. Like the driver, these fairway woods are engineered with a Tungsten Speed Cartridge plus an A.I. Face. Additionally, the High Strength Face Cup provides speed and spin consistency.  The new Rogue fairway woods will retail for $349.99.

Rogue ST MAX: Their longest fairway wood, with high MOI and a neutral ball flight.

Rogue ST MAX D: Their highest launching and most draw biased model for shot shape correction.

Rogue ST MAX LS: Their lowest spinning model with a neutral ball flight in a compact shape.

Callaway Rogue Hybrids

The Company continues to push the boundaries of hybrid performance, and the new Rogue ST models incorporate an all-new Jailbreak System for powerful distance. These clubs also featurea high strength 455 Face Cup, an all-new A.I. Face Optimization, and a Tungsten Speed Cartridge.  The new Rogue hybrids will retail for $279.99.

MAX: For the game-improvement player who wants breakthrough hybrid performance.

MAX OS: Larger clubhead for easy launch, more draw bias and better turf interaction.

MAX OS LITE: The easiest-to-launch Rogue ST Hybrid, with lightweight components for more swing speed.

PRO: Fairway wood shaping, shallow face, and neutral CG for the most workability.

Callaway Rogue Irons

Their longest irons. In an industry-first, Callaway has combined high strength 450 steel with an A.I. designed Flash Face Cup for more ball speed and better ball speed consistency. They’ve also continued to push innovation through patented Urethane Microspheres and have massively increased their precision tungsten weighting.  Rogue iron sets will start at $999.99.

MAX: Refined game-improvement shaping, incredible speed, forgiveness, and all-around performance.

MAX OS: A forgiving game-improvement iron with high launch, wide soles, and enhanced offset for mid-high handicap golfers.

MAX OS LITE: Their most forgiving iron with high launch, increased lofts, and wide soles in a lightweight package.

PRO: Packed with technology in a players’ hollow body shape.

New Callaway Chrome Soft Golf Balls

CARLSBAD, Calif., January 4, 2021 – This week Callaway Golf (NYSE: ELY), an unrivaled tech-enabled golf company delivering leading golf equipment, apparel, and entertainment, officially announced their new Chrome Soft, Chrome Soft X, and Chrome Soft X LS Golf Balls. Each of these new products will be available at retailers nationwide starting on January 28.

Chrome Soft is better for everyone, from amateurs to major winners. Now each of these new golf ball offerings incorporates the company’s proprietary new Precision Technology to deliver their tightest dispersion, consistently fast ball speeds and total performance. They’ve leveraged over $50 million of additional investment to enhance every component, process, and measure for the highest quality golf balls. With Precision Technology, they’ve created design techniques and manufacturing specifications up to 1/1000th of an inch.

The Chrome Soft Golf Ball is designed for a wide range of golfers who want outstanding feel, excellent distance, and incredible forgiveness. Key performance characteristics include our signature Chrome Soft feel, more distance off the tee, low spinning iron shots, and a high level of greenside control.

Chrome Soft X LS 22 is designed for max distance in a fine-tuned lower spin profile. It’s especially suited for players who want to hit their longest drives off the tee, with a tremendous combination of distance and a straight ball flight. Key performance characteristics include very fast ball speed off the tee, penetrating long iron shots, straight ball flight, and excellent greenside control.

Chrome Soft X is Callaway’s #1 ball on Tours worldwide. It’s a great option for the better, faster swinging players who want excellent spin consistency and Tour level short game control. Key performance characteristics include high ball speeds off the tee, workable iron shots, and Tour level greenside control.

Each of these golf balls are available at a retail price of $49.99 per dozen. Options are also available in the company

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Matt Saternus

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Matt is the Founder and Editor in Chief of Plugged In Golf. He's worked in nearly every job in the golf industry from club fitting to instruction to writing and speaking. Matt lives in the northwest suburbs of Chicago with his wife and two daughters.

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