Our Review:One might look at the stronger-than-usual lofts in this set and say, “Come on, man,” but Rogue X is not a case of obtaining yards solely by loft-jacking. In fact, without the stronger lofts, the ball might y too high. A wide sole brings the center of gravity low and back, allowing for a reduction in loft without a loss of launch angle. The club uses lighter shafts (about 90 grams in steel) to combine with the zippy face to produce Formula One horsepower.
Specs: 7-iron: 27 degrees; PW: 41 degrees
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Look / Sound / Feel
* Percentage of total score
lowCould be called Rogue XL for its size. The 4-iron is a beast. It’s like hitting a driving iron.
midLots of forgiveness on the mis-hits. Pretty consistent with great launch.