@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.
@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?