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Introducing Rogue Irons

How Distance Should Feel

Rogue Irons are the best combination of distance, accuracy and playability ever in a Callaway iron with our 360 Face Cup and VFT, multi-material construction, and Urethane Microspheres.
Rogue Irons are the best combination of distance, accuracy and playability ever in a Callaway iron with our 360 Face Cup and VFT, multi-material construction, and Urethane Microspheres.
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Introducing Rogue Irons

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  • 360 Face Cup and VFT
    Rogue irons combine our renowned 360 Face Cup technology with Variable Face Thickness (VFT) technology to expand the portion of the face that delivers fast ball speed. Face Cup employs a shallow, flexible rim around the perimeter of the face that flexes and releases at impact to increase ball speed. VFT also influences how the face itself flexes to promote more ball speed on off-center hits. The combination of these two technologies promotes ball speed and distance (compared to X2 Hot irons).
  • Tungsten Weighting for Optimal Flight and Control
    Tungsten Weighting allows us to position the CG in each of the long irons with extraordinary precision, promoting optimum launch and control at each individual loft. The tungsten, twice as heavy as steel, concentrates significant weight into a small space in the form of an intricately shaped part, which is key to precisely controlling CG location.
  • Urethane Microspheres for Phenomenal Sound and Feel
    The upside of a thin clubface is faster ball speed and more distance, the downside is excessive vibration that generates an unpleasant sound and feel. Urethane can be used to dampen vibration to improve sound and feel, but it can also greatly reduce the face’s ability to flex, lowering COR and ball speed. Our elastic-urethane microspheres provide the sound and feel benefits of urethane without compromising COR or ball speed.
Rogue Irons is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 699.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent irons The Apex Pro 19 irons have solid feel and offer good feedback. I previously played the Apex X-Forged 18 irons. The Apex Pro has a touch more forgiveness and deeper feel. Both are excellent irons.
Date published: 2019-05-13
Rated 3 out of 5 by from not a Mizuno - but a good club Like the feel; dislike the round toe design - reminds me of a 50 year old Hogan club Size is good, soft leading edge forbids much bite on shorter shots ... Probably would not buy again ... but an Ok ... not great ... set of irons.
Date published: 2019-04-21
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Very expensive clubs and poor quality control I am a 1-handicap player to begin. I ordered these clubs from Callaway. Beautiful club and look but that’s the only positive I could find. In reviewing the specs, it was stated that the swingweight was D2 for standard length. When I received the clubs I immediately checked them on my Mitchell tour scale and found them to be D0, far from the SW in the stated specs. I also used my apex pro16s to compare so I’m sure that they were never checked at the assembly center. How does a pro or single digit handicap play a club with D0, they can’t! Once I got them lead taped up to D2, I took them to the course. I have played 10 rounds now and am going to go back to my Apex pro 16s which are a far better club. The 19’s have a longer flat flange on the bottom compared with the Apex pro 16, they simply don’t go through the turf as smoothly. Oddly, I have given up distance club for club compared with my Apex pro 16, exact same shaft and specs. Very strange given that they are supposed to be hot according to the marketing hype that says they have a 360 cup face. Overall, very disappointed with this purchase, poor service quality on the build and poor playability at a very high price. Shame that I have to revert back to my Apex Pro 16s after wasting my time and money on these irons.
Date published: 2019-04-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wow I'm So happy I got my apex pro irons 2 weeks ago and love them . Last month my scores where in the mid 80's now in a short time they are in the mid 70's . Today I played in a 2 ball and me and my boss tied our mach with a 67 my boss said I'm playing much better . Thanks Callaway I cant wait for the next match
Date published: 2019-04-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Feel and Forgiveness Love the 2019 version of Apex Pro. They have a great players look and soft feel yet there’s plenty of forgiveness. I initially was going to buy the X Forged because the feel was so good but I’m glad I waited for the Apex Pro 19 as it has the best of both worlds.
Date published: 2019-04-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Clubs But Pay Attention to the Lofts and Distance Gapping I have never understood the disdain for a thick top line or offset, especially if the clubs perform, and the Rogue X irons perform. The ball flight is penetrating, yet these irons deliver stopping power with a good descent angle and plenty of spin. The forgiveness on mishits is quite good, and I have not had the unexpected flyer that sometimes comes with "distance" irons. The feel is exceptional, especially for a cast iron. And despite the top line and offset, they look good, too. The only thing I do not like is the numbering of the irons. Whereas most sets of irons have an A, G, or U wedge for the gap wedge between the sand wedge and pitching wedge, the Rogue X irons have both an A and a G wedge--that is two gap wedges between the sand wedge and the pitching wedge--which bumps the pitching wedge loft up to 9-iron loft, the 9 iron to 8-iron loft, etc. In fact, the lofts on the Rogue X are almost identical to those of the Rogue Pro or Apex CF16 irons, if you ignore the numbers stamped on the bottom of the clubs. Callaway seems to be considering that shaft length determines the number on the iron, but most everybody focuses on the loft. When testing, compare clubs of similar loft, and ignore the number stamped on the bottom. I still noticed a significant distance increase and better performance compared to my old irons of the same loft, ignoring the seduction of the misleading numbering. Except for this unnecessary marketing ploy, everything about the Rogue X irons is exceptional. Just pay attention to what you are getting and how it compares to your old clubs.
Date published: 2019-03-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I love these No doubt I'm not good enough to use these right, but they are beautiful and the more times I play the more wonderful shots I hit. I am practicing more and surprising myself more. And as for value: Callaway offers a discount to military, so GO GET SOME!
Date published: 2019-03-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Looks good. Feels great. If I hit it, I get it. If I miss...well, that's on me. I was undecided on X forged. These made the decision easy. Well done!
Date published: 2019-03-02
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