@low747pfe not from Callaway. Stock weight in the normal Rogue is 5g. Sub Zero I think is 2g and 14g. You can however buy different sized weights from Billy Bob's Golf on the web. They have all different sizes. I bought 3 different weights from them until I found the one I liked best.
I ordered mine -1" and it came with the 14g weight. I may have to pick up some lighter weights so that I can mess around with the lead tape . . . it's much easier than fixing my swing!
@Ice_Eph29 mine came with a 14g too and it was too heavy and spun way too much. Finally settled on a 8g weight.
@Ice_Eph29 let me add some context to that...I prefer lighter feeling drivers. I also didn't like the stock shaft in the Rogue and instead moved to the lightweight shaft I had in the Epic which is the Diamana Green. I had also ordered the Rogue 1.5" short. So even with the 8g weight my driver is still probably way lighter than most but it's how I like them. Also I might go to a 6g weight I also have as I couldn't tell a real difference between it and the 8g but I figured I'd roll with the 8g for now just for the theoretical increase in MOI.
I actually had picked up 4g, 6g, 8, and 9.5g weights and tried them all.
I am curious on how all these different weights effect the swingweight etc since I have the XR16 Pro, Fusion and soon to be Rogue SZ.
Couple things I know is that the Epic SZ came with a 2 and 12 whereas the Rogue SZ comes with a 2 and 14 so I wonder why?
I also understand the Fusion comes with the 5g but if you order the shorter shaft (44.5 inch) one, they change it to the 12g weight. I also understand the Fusion weights do NOT work in other drivers so that is not good!
So since I want to play around with the shorter shaft length (44.5 to 45 maybe) in all of the drivers (XR16 Pro, Fusion and Rogue SZ) what weight setup do I need in each to keep the swingweight as standard/spec'd at D2 or D3 or even D4?
Oddly enough, my Rouge SZ came with a 2g front and only 8g back. I’m assuming because I ordered a custom 56g shaft, Callaway kept the rear weight lower to keep the swing weight at D4.
Last year’s gamer, Epic SZ with 64g Kuro Kage Silver was 2g front and 12g rear.