Callaway Ladies Rogue Fairway Wood
The First Fairway Wood with Jailbreak Distance Technology
Rogue fairway woods are the first fairways with Jailbreak technology, and also incorporate our renowned Face Cup technology. Together, the two most effective speed-enhancing technologies we’ve ever developed make Rogue the most powerful fairways we’ve ever created.
“The challenge was to make these technologies work together,” said Dr. Alan Hocknell. “That technological synergy is what makes Rogue fairways an engineering marvel, and an absolute powerhouse.” In addition to power, Rogue fairways also feature an exceptionally low CG that makes them super-easy to launch, plus they’re extremely versatile – the total package.
Exceptional Ball Speed from The Jailbreak Effect
Rogue employs improved Jailbreak Technology with new, hourglass-shaped titanium bars that are 25% lighter, while fulfilling their function to stiffen the crown and sole. The stiffer body allows the face to take on more impact-load to promote faster ball speed, and makes possible our new X-Face VFT face architecture, which promotes fast ball speed across an expansive area of the face. Together, Jailbreak and X-Face VFT work together to create what we call the Jailbreak Effect, which promotes a remarkable boost in ball speed and distance.
Jailbreak Technology and Face Cup for the First Time in a Fairway Wood
Two innovative technologies work together to promote fast ball speed across a large part of the face for consistently long distance.
Easy to Launch on a Strong, Straight Flight
Ultra-low CG location and high MOI make Rogue fairways easy to hit and exceptionally accurate.
Triaxial Carbon Crown for Distance and Forgiveness
Weight saved by the light, strong crown is repositioned in the head to promote high launch / low spin and increased MOI.
Boeing Aero Package
We worked with Boeing to improve Speed Step technology by redefining the geometry of the leading edge to improve airflow to promote faster head speed.
商品番号:CAL1471 商品名:Callaway Ladies Rogue Fairway Wood20180209