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.
Could be called Rogue XL for its size. The 4-iron is a beast. It’s like hitting a driving iron.
Lots of forgiveness on the mis-hits. Pretty consistent with great launch.