Callaway Rogue Vs Ping G410 Irons Comparison And Review 2021
With the G410 line of irons, Ping was really trying to achieve a player’s look without abandoning helpful forgiveness features.
The Callaway Rogue irons have a larger profile overall but feature some of the same design details as the G410’s.
Which iron set would be better for your game? Find out by reading our quick comparison review.
Callaway Rogue Irons Overview
The Callaway Rogue irons sport a thin head shape but are packed with game improvement features that will appeal to high handicap players.
When you look down at the Callaway Rogue irons you may be scared to take a full swing. That’s because the head looks really thin at point of address.
However, the urethane microspheres embedded in the heads of these irons take care of all that unwanted vibration.
The Callaway Rogue irons are great for beginner and intermediate players because the face flexes at almost every point.
That means that even when you mis-hit the ball around the sole or towards the toe, you will get better ball speed.
So these irons are very forgiving. The tungsten weights inside the heads also provide more support for distance.
The same weights also serve to pull the CG down in the long irons. The CG is still pretty low in the short irons which is great for launch and holding onto greens.
Ping G410 Irons Overview
The Ping G410 have short blades and minimal offset but the perimeter weighting help in the forgiveness department.
Like the Rogue irons, the G410’s have a feature that helps with unwanted vibration. Instead of a layer of urethane though, the G410’s have have a co-molded badge in the cavities.
The G410’s also feature tungsten weights but in the toe and heel as opposed to in the heads of the clubs.
This perimeter weighting helps preserve ball speed around the edges of the face. The top rail undercut allows the face to flex more at impact which, also helps with ball speed and distance.
However, the G410’s don’t do as much for distance and forgiveness as the Callaway Rogue irons.
Overall, we liked the Callaway Rogue irons more for high to mid handicappers.
The perimeter weighting of the G410’s weren’t really enough to overcome the challenges presented by the shorter blade length.
The Callaway Rogue irons also played longer by an average of about 4 yards.