My iron set is the XR AW - 6, 5 and 4 hybrid. Shaft is the Project X SD 4.5 which is an A flex. My next hybrid is a Ping G25 17* with a regular flex shaft. As a senior golfer, soon will be 71, my swing speed is not suited for S or R shafts anymore. The last 4 rounds i played I noticed that my 2 and 4 hybrid went the same distance but with different trajectories. The 2 being much lower which makes sense with a stiffer shaft than my PX. Tried to buy a XR Steelhead 3 hybrid with a PX SD 4.5 but Callaway no longer offered this custom order. They sent me a Steelhead with the Matrix shaft but i returned it. At this point i decided to order the Rogue 3 hybrid but with the Synergy 50 x in the A flex. Got it Friday but weather prevented me from hitting it. I went to the range today with temps in the mid 50's. The Adilia Synergy 50 A is almost identical to the Project X SD 4.5 A in feel and performance. The Rogue 3 hybrid really fills in the gap now between my 4 hybrid and my Epic 3 Wood. I just was using my eyes and had no Trackman but I loved the trajectory and distance I was getting on the range. Will not be able to play until this Friday due to rain and cold weather but will follow up with a report of how it performs on the course.
@CarlT9704 really following this because I think I may change out my epic 2 hybrid for a rogue 2 hybrid. All the reviews say it flies higher with a little more spin which is what I'm looking for. Had a chance to try it in a hitting bay hit it higher then my epic and had the same carry distance but not as much roll out
First day of action for my Rogue 3 hybrid. Weather was in mid 50's at the start and 61 degrees at the finish. We got over a inch of rain the day before and with the grass dormant the course was soggy. Cart path only. Count on very little roll and mostly carry. Only used the Rogue four times today but it's a keeper. Just wish my chipping was a little better as well as my putting. Every shot with the Rogue went where I was aiming so I am pleased with the Synergy 50 A shaft. Ball trajectory was good for a 3 hybrid. If the course was not so soggy, I would have hit a couple of more GIR but that's winter golf. Tomorrow's forecast is 100% rain so it looks like mid week before I play again. I don't like playing golf in weather cooler than 45'ish and my second don't like is a wet, soggy course. Chipping on soggy dormant grass is difficult so I may experiment using the Rogue to chip Sunday afternoon. Bottom line is that the Rogue is a better hybrid than my XR's and it is making me seriously consider the Rogue irons AW - 6 and adding a 5 and 4 Rogue hybrid. Callaway demo day is scheduled for March at my club so far now I will just enjoy the 3 hybrid.