Callaway Rogue Vs Taylormade M5 Irons Comparison And Review

Callaway and Taylormade are always in direct competition with each other when it comes to distance irons and that is certainly the case here.

These clubs are perfect for mid handicappers looking for distance and consistency.

They are also forgiving enough to make a great set of irons for high handicappers.

Callaway Rogue Irons Overview

Callaway Rogue were very popular irons when they were released in 2018 and they are still among the top performing irons in the game although you can pick them up a bit cheaper these days which is a bonus.

When you pick the irons up, you can tell they are built for distance with their thick and sturdy sole area.

You notice the irons are compact at address while tungsten weighting keeps the Center of gravity low for high shots while the variable face thickness offers extra forgiveness on off center hits.

Good turf interactions completes these top performers and they are a perfect set to pick up for any high to mid handicapper.

Taylormade M5 Irons Overview

The Taylormade M5 sit wedged in the middle of the all impressive M Series from Taylormade which preceeded the current Sim Range.

The M5 irons are well know as some of the topic performing distance irons on the market today.

They include technology like the speed bridge for stability and the speed thru slot of higher ball speeds on the front.

A deep 360 degree under give these irons playabilty even for high handicappers while mid handicappers should feel right at home with these clubs as well.

Overall the Callaway Rogue And M5 Irons are very hard to distinguish although we did get slightly more distance with the M5’s and more forgiveness with the Rogues.

Callaway Rogue Irons

Category – Game Improvement/Distance Irons

Taylormade M5 Irons

Category – Distance Irons

Callaway Rogue – First Impressions

You can feel the power in these irons from the moment you pick them up. The clubs are solid, the lofts are strong and there is no question that these are built to make the ball fly.

What Callaway tried with the Rogue irons clearly worked as they have kept so many of their features in the new clubs and as soon as you get them on the course, you can see why.

The clubs are going to add distance to your game, especially if you are upgrading from a beginner set and it would not be uncommon for high handicappers to shave 5 or 6 shots of their round with these.

strong lofts with tungsten weighting gets a high and far flight while the flashcup face is built for speed and forgiveness.

Urethane microspheres absorb any unwanted vibrations and these are a really nice set of irons for any player.

Taylormade M5 – First Impressions

The M5 irons look solid and thick soled from the offset and perfectly suited to those looking for distance from their irons.

The Speed bridge holds everything together at the back of the club and the thru slot speed pocket ensures you are connecting with the ball with as fast a swing as possible.

Depp undercut allows you to take a good launch angle effortlessy and that is helped by tungsten weighting which keeps the COG low in the clubs.

The clubs comes with players shaping which will allow better players to get solid turf interaction, especially in the shorter irons.

The large sweet spots also make these perfect clubs for high handicappers who want to improve their game.

Callaway Rogue Irons – Selling Points

  • Tungsten Weighting For Low COG
  • 360 Flash Cup Face
  • Strong Lofts For Distance
  • Urethane Microspheres
  • Perfect For High To Mid Handicaps

M5 – Selling Points

  • Speed Bridge Technology
  • Thru Slot Speed Pocket
  • Hybrar Damping System
  • Ultra Thin Face
  • Enhanced Playability

Who Are The Rogue Irons For

Who They Are For

These are built for players looking for distance and forgiveness. Whether that is the High Handicapper looking to improve or a mid handicapper look for more from their irons.

Released in 2018, the irons can still compete with anything on the market right now.

Rogue Family Of Irons

The Rogue irons are complimented by the Rogue X irons which are geared more for the high handicapper looking for more forgiveness from their irons while being willing to sacrifice some of the feel.

Both very good options for beginners.

Distance: 96/100

Accuracy: 94/100

Forgiveness: 94/100

Feel And Control: 91/100

Overall Score: 94/100

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Who Are The M5 Irons For:

These Irons have everything you need as a mid handicapper. Distance, feel and forgiveness.

They are so forgiving that high handicappers will also benefit greatly with these clubs.

The Family Of Irons

The Range of irons from Taylormade is now legendary in the golf world as the predecessor to the equally popular and effective sim range.

These clubs introduced things like the speed bridge, tungsten weighting and perfect the design and features that are needed in a quality distance iron.

The M5 can hold their own with any mid handicap irons on the market.

Distance: 95/100

Accuracy: 94/100

Forgiveness: 94/100

Feel And Control: 90/100

Overall Score: 94/100

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