CALLAWAY Rogue Sub Zero Fairway Wood
Callaway Rogue Sub Zero Fairway Wood
The Rogue Sub Zero Fairway Wood is the first fairway wood with Callaway's Jailbreak ball-speed-enhancing technology. In Rogue fairway woods, the ultra-thin, 455 Carpenter steel clubface is cast separately for precise rendering of Face Cup's renowned cup-like architecture, especially the rim around the face's perimeter. The shaping and varying thicknesses of the rim are critical to its ability to flex and rebound at impact, which promotes fast ball speed, especially on off-center hits.
Features and Benefits:
Triaxial Carbon Crown For More Forgiveness and Optimized Spin: The crown consists of Callaway’s proprietary triaxial carbon composite, which is both extremely light and extremely strong, saving weight normally positioned in the crown. This is critical, because the abundant saved weight is redistributed in the head’s perimeter to increase MOI and forgiveness, and to help position the CG in the desired place to minimize spin off the driver. That, in conjunction with Rogue Sub Zero’s head shape and construction, allows Callaway engineers to position the CG low and deep with a more neutral bias. This position, along the head’s neutral axis (the line that runs perpendicular to the loft and intersects with the geometric center of the head), promotes higher launch and low spin -- the launch conditions that promote maximum distance.
Interchangable Weights For Spin and Launch: Two interchangeable weights (2g and 14g) in the front and back of the sole allow you to adjust spin-rate ±300 rpm. Positioning the heavier weight forward helps lower the spin-rate; positioning it in back increases spin, launch angle and MOI to increase forgiveness and promote higher launch.
Boeing Collaboration For Improved Speed Step Technology: Callaway engineers collaborated with Boeing to develop the Speed Step technology used in certain Callaway metalwoods introduced during the past three years. With Rogue Sub Zero, we again worked with Boeing to improve air-flow by incorporating surface roughness at the front-edge of the crown. This allows the Speed Step to regulate airflow more efficiently to promote faster head speed.