By now, you’ve probably heard of Callaway’s new Rogue ST clubs. Callaway is calling the Rogue ST the fastest, most-stable clubs ever made. Rounding out his 3-part series about Callaway’s new 2022 products, Ken talks with Dave Neville and Evan Gibbs from Callaway Golf about what went into making this new line of clubs so… Continue reading →
Stealth vs. Rogue ST vs. LTDx – Which one performs the best? 2022 started with a bang in the golf world! Multiple brands hit the ground running this year, releasing their new line of clubs in January and February. TaylorMade welcomed the world into the carbonwood age with the Stealth, Callaway went rogue with the… Continue reading →
The Rogue ST is an impressive new line of clubs from Callaway Golf. We had one of our PGA Professionals, Calvin Carpenter, take them for a spin out on the Haggin Oaks Driving Range powered by Toptracer Range. The Rogue ST Drivers represent a breakthrough in driver performance. Callaway’s industry-leading innovations, including the Tungsten Speed… Continue reading →
ST-Z 220 Drivers With a balanced toe/heel carbon construction and central back weight, Mizuno’s ST-Z driver encourages a low spinning, efficient straight ball flight. The modern ground-hugging 460cc profile is both confidence-inspiring and appealing to elite players. While a heavier 20-gram back weight creates a deeper center of gravity for more efficient performance, more often…. Continue reading →
With the most MOI ever in a Cleveland Golf driver, Launcher XL will have you thinking less about the club in your hands and more about carrying bunkers, clearing hazards, and finding the fairway. Let’s talk numbers: Cleveland’s last driver generation had an MOI of 4,660 g-cm2. That’s nothing to sneeze at. But Launcher XL… Continue reading →
With the release of the new XXIO X and XXIO Eleven drivers, a big question from many XXIO fans or people looking to try out the brand is how to choose between the two different clubs.
When you buy a driver you want it to last, right? Yet still one of the biggest concerns for so many golfers is if their new driver will stand the test of time.
Rather than choosing the specs that your golf buddy or favorite pro uses, you need to make sure that you get a loft that fits your specific golf game and skill level.
One of the most talked-about terms in golf right now is COR, coefficient of restitution, value of golf clubs. So, here we are going to go into what that is, why it matters and the impact it can have on your golf game.
Do you have the right driver for your golf game? It’s not always about the newest model, the lowest CG or highest MOI, instead, it is about having the right series of specs that fit your game and skill level.