Callaway Rogue Fairway Wood  Review

Callaway Rogue Fairway Wood Review

By Paul Liberatore



Time to read 4 min

The Callaway Rogue Fairway Wood is one of the  most forgiving  and consistent fairway  woods  on the market. This was validated by Golf Digest, who gave it a Gold rating on their 2018 Hot List. 

When a player of Sergio Garcia’s caliber decides to put a club in the  bag , you know it has to be amazing. With its innovative technological advancements specially designed to give you more distance with less effort and more forgiveness, you can’t go wrong with the Callaway Rogue Fairway Wood..

Key Features

The Callaway Rogue Fairway Wood’s Jailbreak Technology utilizes two thin steel rods behind the face which act as a stabilizer, concentrating the face flexing to produce incredible distance no matter where the golf ball is struck on the face. 

The Callaway Rogue Fairway Wood combines its Jailbreak Technology with a super strong and incredibly thin Carpenter 455 steel clubface insert, providing explosive distance and forgiveness. 

The Triaxial Carbon Crown of the Callaway Rogue Fairway Wood saves weight at the top of the clubhead which lowers the center of gravity for an optimal launch angle with less spin.


The Callaway Rogue Fairway Wood has an incredible variety of lofts and  shafts.

 Starting with a strong 3-wood with 13.5 degrees of loft, you can also choose lofts of 15, 17, 19, 20, 21, 23, and 25 degrees. Compared to other fairway woods, they offer a lighter swing weight (D2) and the clubhead volume ranges from 134-171 cc. Note** The 4-wood, 9-wood and 11-wood are available for right-handed golfers only.

Callaway offers several different stock shaft options for the Rogue Fairway Wood: players with slow swing speeds should opt for the Aldila Synergy 60 Fairway Graphite shaft, which is available in Light and Regular Flex. 

Every other stock shaft is available in Regular, Stiff, and Extra Stiff and includes: Project X EvenFlow 75 Fairway Graphite, Project X HZRDUS Yellow 75 Driver Graphite, Aldila Quaranta 50 Fairway Graphite, and the Project X HZRDUS Yellow 85 Fairway Graphite shafts.


  • Jailbreak Technology makes the clubhead incredibly stable, resulting in one of the longest fairway woods on the market
  • Triaxial Carbon Crown and fixed hosel provides for more forgiveness and higher launch
  • Sleek design inspired confidence at address and just simply a beautifully designed club


  • One of the priciest golf clubs on the market, which is not ideal for the casual golfer looking to upgrade their fairway wood

  • Lighter swing weight can alter the feel during the swing which may be a turn off for some players

  • Lack of customization features makes it less appealing to some players who like to tinker

Design and Technology

The Callaway Rogue Fairway Wood has been designed to give a player what they need from a  fairway wood : distance, accuracy, and forgiveness. 

In regards to distance, the Callaway Rogue Fairway Wood uses its Jailbreak Technology in a fairway wood for the first time to make the clubhead more stable, focusing more energy into the golf ball on shots hit in the sweet spot, heel or toe. Combined with the ultra-thin steel face and Face Cup technology, the Callaway Rogue Fairway Wood delivers incredible distance and forgiveness from the  tee  and the fairway.

For the recreational golfer, having the ability to get the ball airborne quickly, and the Callaway Rogue Fairway Wood makes it easier than ever. The key to higher launch is a lower center-of-gravity, and Callaway achieved this with their Triaxial Carbon Crown and a fixed hosel.

 With so much weight saved, the center of gravity is moved lower and deeper in the clubhead. The result is a fairway wood that will launch the golf ball quickly and with less spin, which will help you hit some of the  best tee shots and long approaches  of your life.

Frequently Asked Questions

Are There Any Alternative Color Options Available for the Callaway Rogue Fairway Wood Headcover?

Yes, there are customization options available for the Callaway Rogue Fairway Wood Headcover. You can find various colors and designs in stores or through the Callaway website.

Can the Elastic Band on the Headcover Be Adjusted for a Custom Fit?

Yes, the elastic band on the headcover can be adjusted for a custom fit, providing secure protection for your fairway wood. This feature ensures that the cover stays in place and fits your club perfectly.

Does the Headcover Have Any Specific Features for Protecting the Club Head During Travel or Storage?

Yes, the headcover provides excellent durability and protection for the club head during travel or storage. Its sleek design and padded lining ensure functionality and maximum protection, making it an essential accessory for any golfer.

Are There Any Specific Care Instructions for Maintaining the Quality and Appearance of the Headcover?

To keep the headcover looking sharp, regularly spot clean with mild soap and water. Adjust the elastic band for a custom fit. Remember, u0022a stitch in time saves nineu0022 – routine care will maintain its quality.

Is the Headcover Compatible With Other Golf Club Brands or Is It Specifically Designed for Callaway Clubs?

Yes, the headcover is compatible with other golf club brands. It’s not specifically designed for Callaway clubs, giving you design options. The adjustable tag and slim, sleek design make it a versatile choice for various club brands.


The Callaway Rogue Fairway Wood is one of the most technologically advanced fairway woods ever designed by one of the premier names in golf club manufacturing.

 It offers the very best in distance, forgiveness, and is also a very good-looking golf club, all of which are important factors when it comes to playing any club. If you have the budget to add this fairway wood to your bag, your money will certainly be well spent.

Paul Liberatore

Paul Liberatore

As the Founder of Golfers Authority Paul Liberatore Esq. has spent the last 7+ years writing about the best golf equipment or instruction from the top golf instructors in the world. He has been a contributing writer for Sports Illustrated Golf and GolfWRX. After graduating with honors from Purdue University, he realized that he had a passion for the golf business and the law. When he's not practicing law, or creating golf content on YouTube, he can be found on his syndicated Behind the Golf Brand podcast talking with the most prolific leaders in the golf industry. 

Related Articles