A little while ago we took a look at all three models in the Callaway Rogue Driver family including the Rogue Driver, Rogue Draw Driver, and the Rogue Sub Zero Driver. This week we are taking a more concentrated look at the Callaway Rogue Sub Zero Driver, first place winner of MyGolfSpy’s Most Wanted Driver for Average Swing Speeds and Golf Digest’s 2018 Hot List Gold Medal Winner. The Sub Zero Rogue driver model is marketed as a lower-spin driver that would appeal to tour pros. However, Callaway is hoping to attract a broader audience to this model with its forgiveness and easy-to-hit characteristics.
What do you think? Take a look at the videos and specs below, and let us know in the comments!
The Callaway Rogue Sub Zero Driver’s features at a glance.
- Jailbreak Technology – Callaway’s Jailbreak technology incorporates bars inside the head to stiffen the body of the driver which gives every impact more energy. This promotes faster ball speed for increased distance.
- X-Face VFT Technology – Callaway’s X-Face VFT (Variable Face Thickness) technology creates a variable thickness face that will flex faster at strategic points making off-center hits more forgiving with faster speeds.
- Interchangeable Weights – The two interchangeable weights help control spin and ball trajectory.
- Boeing Aero Package – Callaway has partnered up with Boeing to create a driver design that improves airflow for faster head speed.
- Triaxial Carbon Crown – A carbon composite surface creates a light and strong design for increased MOI and an optimized CG.
We aligned these technologies to amplify what we call the Jailbreak Effect,” said Dr. Alan Hocknell, head of Callaway R&D, “which is all about promoting faster ball speed on both center and off-center hits to help golfers get more average distance on nearly every drive.
Callaway Rogue v Rogue Sub Zero – Comparison Review – Mark Crossfield
This first video is a comparison video by Mark Crossfield. He tests both the Rogue and Rogue Sub Zero to compare the differences and similarities between the two. Bringing them out to the course, he hits both drivers over a few holes to test out the results and give a rundown of how each driver performed for him. It looks freezing. But Mark doesn’t let that get in his way of bringing you his informed opinion. He talks about his views of the drivers and how you can expect them to perform for you. So take a look and find out what he thinks.
TaylorMade M4 or Callaway Rogue Driver
Where ever Mark and Dan are in this video, it looks very cold. Snow on the ground while he tests the TM M4 against the Callaway Rogue Driver. Even though this isn’t a comparison between the Rogue Sub Zero and the M4, the Rogue and Rogue Sub Zero should be very similar when comparing to an entirely different brand and model. The Sub Zero is marketed as a lower-spin model to the standard Rogue model. If you haven’t already, take a look at the previous video to see a comparison between the Sub Zero and the standard Rogue before watching this video. I think it is fascinating comparing the M4 and Rogue. Mark give a good overview with a lot of details between the two. Look, feel, technology, features, and performance… Take a look and let us know what you think in the comments below.
New Callaway Rogue Drivers – Rick Shiels First look
Rick unpacks the Rogue and Rogue Sub Zero drivers and takes them out for a spin. He goes over the features and technology found in these drivers.
New Callaway Roge Sub Zero Driver Full Review – Rick Shiels
Rick Shiels give a full review both from inside hitting and on course hitting with stats in this video. He compares those stats against his optimal performance range driver stats. A lot of great details and stats in this video to give you a better idea of whether the Callaway Rogue Sub Zero is for you. Rick said he hit some of the best shots he could with this driver. What do you think? Will you game the Callaway Rogue Sub Zero Driver? Is it already in your bag? Let us know!
Rogue Sub Zero Driver – Mark Crossfield Review
Here is Mark’s full Callaway Rogue Sub Zero review. If you haven’t already, take a look at the first video where Mark compares the Sub Zero against the standard Rogue. Pretty interesting results there. However, in this video, Mark gives his thoughts on the Callaway Rogue Sub Zero after testing it on the course. Again, it looks pretty darn cold there, Mark! He goes over the features and technology found in the drivers. Take a look and let us if you agree with his opinions of the Callaway Rogue Sub Zero Drivers!
Callaway Rogue Sub Zero Driver || Hands-On Product Series
In this video, AJ Voelpel from Callaway talks about the Callaway Rogue Sub Zero Driver. He goes over its low-spin and Jailbreak technology.
How To Adjust Your Callaway Rogue Driver || Optifit Hosel
AJ from Callaway is back in this video to show how to adjust the Optifit Hosel on the Callaway Rogue Drivers.
Callaway Rogue Driver – “Only One”
A promotional video from Callaway highlighting the Callaway Rogue Family of drivers. Take a look!
The Jailbreak Effect – Callaway Rogue Woods
Callaway talks about The Jailbreak Effect and how it affects the performance of the club.
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We have a few other Callaway Rogue and EPIC posts you might want to take a look at as well like the original 2018 Callaway Rogue Drivers, the 2017 Callaway GBB EPIC Driver Highlights, the 2018 Callaway Rogue Irons, and the Callaway Rogue Hybrid Spotlight.