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Used Callaway RogueCallaway Rogue Fairway Wood

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Features & Specs

Men's Right-Hand Callaway Rogue

Standard Length, Black/None Standard Lie Angle

Graphite Shaft

Description

The Callaway Rogue Fairway combines Jailbreak Technology and Face Cup Technology to promote fast ball speed across a large part of the face for consistently long distance and features a Triaxial Carbon Crown to promote high launch / low spin and increased MOI. The ultra-low CG location and high MOI make the Rogue easy to hit and exceptionally accurate. With the help of Boeing, Speed Step Technology has been improved to increase airflow for faster head speed.

Features

  • Jailbreak technology in a fairway wood for the first time, increasing ball speed and distance
  • Thin, Carpenter 455 steel face and Face Cup technology increase ball speed on shots hit across the entire face
  • Internal Standing Wave Technology positions CG low and forward for easy launch and low spin
  • New Speed Step technology on the crown improves aerodynamics, letting the club swing faster

Reviews

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Excellent club

Review by Michael A., 11 days ago.

“Nice and straight. Good from fairway (can’t hit a 3w off the deck anymore), but able to with this 4w.”

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Rogue 5 wood

Review by Robert H., 22 days ago.

“I no longer carry a 3 wood in my bag. The Rogue 5 wood I purchased carries nearly as far, allows me to easily move the ball right to left and is much more versatile if I’m playing out of the rough.”

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Love it

Review by Laurie W., 24 days ago.

“I love this driver!”

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Very solid club

Review by Peter D., 2 months ago.

“Great 3 wood, looked brand new.”

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Nice club

Review by Richard A., 2 months ago.

“The club came in excellent condition. Although I'm still working on my slice, I'm getting good distance.”

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1. You show the Callaway 3 wd and 5 wd to both be standard 43 in. length. Is that correct? Does the Ping tool work on Callaway Woods?

Mary Ann L.     3 years ago     0 of 0 found this useful

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rule of thumb the lower the number longer the shaft in both woods and irons unless there custom made set.

Scott S.     1 year ago     0 of 0 found this useful

rule of thumb the lower the number longer the shaft in both woods and irons unless there custom made set.

Scott S.     1 year ago     0 of 0 found this useful

1. You show the Callaway 3 wd and 5 wd to both be standard 43 in. length. Is that correct? Does the Ping tool work on Callaway Woods?

Mary Ann L.     3 years ago     0 of 0 found this useful

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rule of thumb the lower the number longer the shaft in both woods and irons unless there custom made set.

Scott S.     1 year ago     0 of 0 found this useful

rule of thumb the lower the number longer the shaft in both woods and irons unless there custom made set.

Scott S.     1 year ago     0 of 0 found this useful