One Of Our Favorite Drivers From 2022 Is On Sale For $100 Off

The Callaway Rogue ST Max Driver, released in 2022, is on sale this January!

Callaway Rogue ST Max Driver
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One Of Our Favorite Drivers From 2022 Is Currently On Sale For $100 Off

Callaway Rogue ST Max Driver | $100 off at The PGA Superstore (opens in new tab)

Callaway Rogue ST Max Driver | $100 off at The PGA Superstore (opens in new tab)
Was $549.99 Now $436.85

Bursting onto the scene in 2022, this brand new driver from Callaway knocked our socks off and has been listed on our 2022 Editors Choice Awards. It is a worthy follow up to impressive original Rogue and Mavrik, seemingly delivering high levels of stability and consistency while maintaining competitive distance. The overall look is more premium while the performance will certainly appeal to a range of player types.

Read our full Callaway Rogue ST Max Driver Review

As we enter into the new year, there's no better time to stock up on some new golf gear than in the January sales, and there are some fantastic deals available at the PGA Tour Superstore - including this excellent saving on the Callaway Rogue ST Max Driver (opens in new tab). Despite only being released in 2022, you can currently grab a whopping $100 off (opens in new tab) on this fantastic club, which we listed in our Editors Choice Awards for 2022. (opens in new tab) 

This is a deal we think you should certainly not turn your nose up at, especially if you're an experienced golfer looking for a premium driver at a decent price. In fact we rank this club as one of the best drivers for distance (opens in new tab) out there, and it looks fantastic. At the address, it boasts a cool matte crown but flipping the club over will reveal a sleek carbon fiber finish, that is accompanied by some sparkling gold metal detailing. The Rogue ST Max also has a long profile that inspires maximum confidence, and boasts a very large club face, which is lighter in color, making it more visible and easier to align.

The ST in the Rogue ST Max's name stands for 'Speed Tuned'. This is because Callaway has endeavoured to help golfers get more zip on the ball from the clubface thanks to ST Max's new 'Flash Face' technology. The club delivers a denser thud sound compared to the metallic Callaway Mavrik driver (opens in new tab) which may appeal to many golfers out there.

The Rogue ST Max also had a far more neutral trajectory than the Mavrik and we could still draw and fade it if we wanted to (it has semi draw bias built in making it great for those who struggle with a slice) but overall the ball flight was much more stable and certainly seemed to curve offline less when we missed the middle.

Callaway are one of the most trusted brands when it comes to producing the best drivers (opens in new tab) on the market and the Rogue ST is perhaps one of the most forgiving options in their excellent range of clubs (opens in new tab). That forgiveness also comes from the 11.5g tungsten weight positioned in the rear of the club which lowers the center of gravity to its rear. Ultimately, if you're wanting to improve your consistency and distance off the tee, the Rogue ST is one of the best drivers on the market for you. And at a $100 discount, you should certainly think about picking up one of these drivers this January!

Callaway Rogue ST Max Driver | $100 off at The PGA Superstore (opens in new tab)

Callaway Rogue ST Max Driver | $100 off at The PGA Superstore (opens in new tab)
Was $549.99 Now $436.85

Bursting onto the scene in 2022, this brand new driver from Callaway knocked our socks off and has been listed on our 2022 Editors Choice Awards. It is a s a worthy follow up to impressive original Rogue and Mavrik, seemingly delivering high levels of stability and consistency while maintaining competitive distance. The overall look is more premium while the performance will certainly appeal to a range of player types.

Read our full Callaway Rogue ST Max Driver Review

Ed Carruthers
Writer

Ed has been playing golf for as long as he can remember and is obsessive about the sport. He is regularly sought after by family members and friends for advice on what equipment to buy and uses his background, having written extensively on golf in the past, to produce equipment orientated content for Golf Monthly.  

Having obtained a Masters in Law with Medicine from the University of Liverpool, Ed has recently changed paths into journalism and just last year achieved his NCTJ Sports Journalism Diploma with the Press Association. 

He has written for a variety of media outlets over the years and has interviewed some big names in sport, including Premier League managers, All Blacks Coaches and Grand Slam tennis superstars. He has also worked on some huge sporting events, including the 2021 Australian Open and the 2022 FIFA World Cup. And when he's not writing for Golf Monthly, you'll find him producing news and feature articles for the MailOnline's sports desk, where he covers everything from football to rugby union. 

During his weekends off, you'll likely find Ed heading out for a round at one of his local golf clubs with his friends, and was, up until recently, a member at the Leatherhead Golf Club in Surrey. Ed also plays the saxophone, can tell you some pretty terrible dad jokes and can knock up a very tasty carbonara!