Callaway Rogue ST Max Vs. Callaway Mavrik Irons Comparison Overview
The Callaway Rogue ST Max irons hit shelves this year and players are already taking note that they are picking up right where the old Rogue’s left off. But how do they compare with more recent Callaway iron models?
After we tested the Callaway Rogue ST Max irons to the Callaway Mavrik Max irons, we could tell that they have a lot in common in terms of performance. However, there are some nuanced differences that you should know about before making a decision between these two iron sets.
Callaway Rogue ST Max Irons Overview
The Callaway Rogue ST Max irons occupy a comfortable space between the Pro and other two Callaway Rogue ST Max models.
The first thing to note about the Callaway Rogue ST Max irons is that they have wider soles and top lines than even the Mavrik Max irons – which is really saying a lot. These irons were really made to inspire confidence at point of address.
Like the Mavrik Max’s, the Callaway Rogue ST Max irons have been made with beginners and high handicappers in mind. We liked the fact that the Callaway Rogue ST Max irons launched higher than the Mavrik Max’s; but sometimes launch angles were wild and hard to reign in.
In all, the Callaway Rogue ST Max irons won’t do much to help your short game or in situations where more accuracy is needed. But they will get you down the fairway in a hurry.
Callaway Mavrik Irons Overview
The Callaway Mavrik Max irons feature oversized heads and tungsten weights.
The tungsten weighting is less pronounced in the Mavrik Max irons that it is in the Callaway Rogue ST Max irons however. The Mavrik irons also feature the Flash Face Cup technology but it seemed to us that the Callaway Rogue ST Max irons just did a little more of everything.
The loft is stronger, the launch is higher but surprisingly, distance was almost identical between these two iron sets. The Callaway Mavrik irons will typically be more affordable than the Callaway Rogue ST Max’s so that is also something to consider.
Both of these iron sets are great for beginners and high handicappers. The Callaway Rogue ST Max irons take everything great about the Mavrik’s and kicks them into a higher gear though. So overall, they are the irons we liked more on the course.