Callaway Rogue ST Max Hybrids Vs TaylorMade Stealth Hybrids
Callaway and TaylorMade are both leaders in the metalwood category. The products that these two companies come out with are incredible. This year they have brought out the Rogue ST and Stealth range respectively.
From the get go we could tell both these products had loads of forgiveness and plenty of distance.
We are going to be reviewing these products for you, this should give you a good idea of the technologies in both clubs and who they would be suited for.
Callaway Rogue ST Max Hybrid Overview
Callaway claim the Rogue ST MAX is their longest hybrid model ever made, it is built with stronger lofts to fit a wide variety of golfers who are looking for speed, forgiveness, and distance.
Callaway’s AI machine has improved on their previous Jailbreak system, the new system has improved the speed and stability on the hybrids.
The difference this year is the Jailbreak frames have been pushed as far to the perimeter as possible, this improves the stiffness and allows the face to flex even more than before for increased ball speeds.
The new Rogue ST Max Hybrid has a 455 Face Cup, this improves speed, launch and spin. This unique face style is made uniquely for each model and loft in the hybrid lineup.
Callaway has added up to 24g of tungsten in precise locations to improve CG, this gives each hybrid optimal launch with even more ball speed.
The Rogue ST Max features an iron-like shape, it has a redesigned sole for better turf interaction. The stronger lofts are perfect for the mid to high handicap golfer looking for unprecedented hybrid performance.
TaylorMade Stealth Hybrid Overview
The TaylorMade Stealth Hybrid is built with the same concept as their drivers, although it does have a carbon face like the drivers, it has a new carbon crown construction to elevate performance for golfers of all skills
It has a V Steel sole with precision weighting, this Stealth Hybrid is designed for high launch and forgiveness.
These days it’s all about saving weight and redistributing it to places in the head that benefit the golfer.
The new carbon crown construction of the Stealth Rescue allows for 7 grams of weight to be moved into better positions, TaylorMade haved lowered the saved weight to the sole of the club, this allows for easy launch, optimal forgiveness, and better stability when making contact.
TaylorMade’s unique V Steel sole positions weight low in the club to help with high launch and help the club slide through the turf easier.
This helps you to play from any position and attack pins from all areas