Callaway Rogue Hybrid Review

Callaway Rogue Hybrid

Last Updated on January 1, 2022 by Daniel

The Callaway Rogue Hybrid is a high-flying driver for all skill levels that were designed to take the game to the next level. The Rogue Hybrid was designed to help golfers at every skill level achieve the same ball flight, distance, and forgiveness that the professional golfers on tour have.

In today’s review, we’re going to be looking at the Rogue Hybrid design, and how it performs in comparison to other Callaway drivers. If you’re looking for a golf club that can handle any shot and any swing type then the Callaway Rogue Hybrid is for you.

Callaway Rogue Hybrid: Design

  • Comfortable 
  • Has an alignment aid
  • Lightweight

For a modern hybrid, the Rogue Hybrid is conventionally styled.  Its size is average, and it gets larger as it moves toward the toe. On the front of the black crown are a raised ridge and a white chevron alignment aid.

Callaway Rogue Hybrid: Sound & Feel

  • Great sound
  • Feels comfortable

The sound of the impact might lead you to believe the Rogue hybrid is a fairway wood.  Its sound is quiet and metallic.

One complaint I have is that there isn’t much feedback from the Rogue hybrid.  There is a small change in sound and feel, but you have to pay close attention to locate your mishits.

Performance

Callaway Rogue Hybrid

By sound alone, you could mistake the Callaway Rogue hybrid for a fairway wood.  Also, you might make the same mistake if you looked at the results from the launch monitor.

The ball speeds produced by the Rogue hybrid are phenomenal.  In my case, I had a smash factor in the range of 1.45 and often hit a 1.5.  Combine those ball speeds with mid-launch and low spin and you have a recipe for eagle putts on par 5s.

If you want to replace your fairway wood, a mid-launch and low spin club is your best option.  The Rogue may not be your best choice if you want a hybrid to replace iron, as it will have trouble holding greens.  Having said that, it could be a good option for high-spin players.

Its Pros and Cons

Pros Cons
Feels comfortable Pricey
Easy to use
A good option for high-spin players
Lightweight

Lastly,

The Callaway Rogue hybrid is a good choice for golfers who like to hit their hybrids long. No matter whether you are replacing a fairway wood or just adding another bomber to your bag, this club will do the trick.  A player who wants to replace their irons should take extra care when having this club fitted.

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