Following up a huge hit is not always an easy thing to do. Callaway’s current driver, the Epic was a runaway success in 2017 becoming the number one selling driver, and then keeping that title every single month of the year. Enter Rogue, and based on early feedback, the company might have more Rocky 2 on its hands, than that of Rocky 5. Before continuing on, it’s important to note that Rogue is not necessarily taking the place of the EPIC line of metal woods, but offering a new release with some very interesting technologies.
Before getting into the reviews from golfers who have been putting this in play already, here is Dave Neville, Senior Director of Brand Management at Callaway Golf, giving the lowdown on what we are looking at in each of the three models in this THP TV exclusive New Gear Alert.
Shot in 4k so THP recommends full screen viewing
Coming out of this, the biggest questions that you are asking right now are is it longer than the Epic and is it more forgiving than the Epic? Rather than give you our synopsis, we have 12 THP Forum members that have had these drivers in play for the last month and their reviews begin being posted today on the THP Forum here.
We have a lot more coming up about this lineup, so stay tuned for details.
In Stores: February 9th
Standard Shafts: Premium shafts from Aldila and Project X ranging in weights from 40g to 80g. The two main options will be the Aldila Synergy and the Project X Even Flow.