Callaway Mavrik Vs Callaway Rogue Irons Review & Comparison 2021
The Mavrik and Rogue irons have a lot of similar features. However, there are some key design differences that you should know about if you are considering picking up either of these sets.
In the following comparison review, we will be going over the most important of these features and differences.
Callaway Rogue Irons Overview
The Callaway Rogue irons may not be the newest kids on the block but some of the technology that is featured in more recent Callaway clubs is also present in the Rogue’s.
The Callaway Rogue irons feature a shallow head design. Exacerbating the thin profile is the thin 360 Cup Face.
The 360 Cup face is pretty much a household name these days. It’s nothing new and is a feature that adorns many of Callaway’s latest clubs.
The face essentially uses a very thin steel material and the design essentially wraps it into the head.
The area around the perimeter of the face is a bit shallower. The advantage of this is that the face flexes more in areas where it normally doesn’t.
For example, if you happen to strike the ball near the sole of these irons, you will still get good ball speed because the Cup Face design allows for more flex near the perimeter of the face – away from the sweet spot.
Callaway Mavrik Irons Overview
The Callaway Mavrik irons also feature the Face Cup design but lack the Variable Face Thickness of the Rogue irons.
Instead of including the Variable Face Thickness technology in the Mavrik irons, Callaway opted to focus more on distance.
The Mavrik’s also feature a thin head profile but the sole is more pronounced. This adds a little extra oomph to your shots.
The downside is that you have to make sure your shots are more accurate.
The Mavrik’s also feature what they call a “tungsten energy core” which is an intricately-shaped tungsten weight placed progressively in the heads of these irons to optimize CG throughout.
This adds distance to the long irons and allows for better spin dynamics in the shorter irons.
As you can imagine, these features make the Mavrik irons a but less user-friendly than the Rogue’s.
The Mavrik irons will suit you better if you are a high to mid handicapper and you are prioritizing distance.
The Rogue irons are better for high handicappers as they are the more forgiving irons, especially the Rogue X version.