Callaway Rogue ST Max Vs Titleist TSR2 Driver Comparison Overview
Everyone knows that Callaway makes some of the most forgiving and highest-performing game improvement drivers on the market.
Titleist on the other hand has sort of cultivated a reputation that caters more to pro-level players.
Which is why we were pleasantly surprised when we got our hands on the Titleist TSR2.
It was clear from the very beginning that the Titleist TSR2 was designed for high handicap players struggling with accuracy.
But how would it hold up against one of Callaway’s latest and greatest game-improvement drivers?
Callaway Rogue ST Max Hybrid Overview
“The Callaway Rogue ST Max has set a new standard for what it means for a driver to be forgiving and play long.”
The Callaway Rogue ST Max features a ridiculous 26 gram tungsten cartridge which is placed low and back in the head.
The additional weight gives even your errant shots a better chance at reaching max velocity so both forgiveness and distance are almost instantly improved.
The Rogue ST Max also feels surprisingly stable. The CG is nice and low and thanks to a titanium chassis that sits lower and supports this large footprint head (460cc), you get better stability when you give it your all with this driver.
The Rouge ST Max is a great driver for high handicappers because it will instantly boost your confidence from the tee.
When you look down, you can see how big the head is and of course, that means an expansive sweet spot to take advantage of.
Titleist TSR2 Driver Overview
“The Titleist TSR2 has a 460cc head and comes in 8, 9, 10 and 11 degree versions.”
One of the most prominent features of the Titleist TSR2 is the low/forward weight positioning.
While most game-improvement drivers are trying to move weight as far back as possible, Titleist is taking a page out of the Cobra playbook and shifting weight forward.
This helps reduce spin, drag, and increases distance. And for forgiveness, Titleist has incorporated an advanced variable face thickness design to increase ball speed and stability across the majority of the face.
“The Callaway Rogue ST Max and Titleist TSR2 go about forgiveness and distance in very different ways.
While the Titleist TSR2 is certainly a viable option for mid to high handicappers, the Rogue ST Max is still the most beneficial driver overall – if you’re a high handicapper.”