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Callaway Golf – New Products for 2018

In 2017 Callaway released the next big advancement in the golfing industry when they released their new jailbreak technology.  This technology works by connecting the club’s sole and crown, therefore, stiffening the overall structure.  The club transfers more energy to the ball, causing an increase in ball speed and overall distance the ball travels.  Increasing the stiffness has also allowed Callaway to begin making the faces significantly thinner, creating a lighter and more stable structure than drivers the brand has created in the past.
Callaway has also found ways to replace the traditional titanium generally used with triaxial carbon, to make for an even lighter overall structure.  With their implementation of the triaxial carbon crown, and enhanced speed step aerodynamics (thanks to a few pointers from their friends at Boeing), Callaway has been able to create less drag and more club head speed in their new Rogue Series than in any others clubs on the market.
This new jailbreak technology has quickly risen in popularity and become a staple for many PGA and LPGA players.  Just last week, Callaway dominated the LPGA Tour having a total of 55 of their drivers used in play, with the next largest brand having only 32.  Of the 55 Callaway drivers used, 54 of them were utilizing jailbreak technology.
Callaway is not only implementing this new technology in their drivers.  Since the release of their jailbreak technology-infused drivers, they have also rolled out fairway woods and hybrid clubs all using the technology.  Early last month, Callaway staffer Kiradech Aphibarnrat, picked up his 4th European Tour victory, winning the Super Perth 6 in Australia assisted by jailbreak technology through the use of both the Callaway GBB Epic Driver and the new Rogue series 3-wood.
The Rogue Series drivers are available in a 9, 10.5, and 13.5 degree loft and are retailing right around $500.  The Rogue Series fairway woods are available in five shaft weights of 40-80 grams, have lofts available in 13.5, 15, 17, 19, 20, 21, 23, and 25 degrees, and are retailing around $300.  Rogue Series hybrids are available in 18, 20, 23, 26, 29, and 32 degree lofts and are retailing at $250.
To find out more information and read customer reviews, check out http://www.callawaygolf.com/golf-clubs/drivers/drivers-2018-rogue.html.