Aldila Rogue Golf Shaft Review – Driver

Aldila Rogue Driver Shafts

By Russ Ryden, A Golf Digest America’s 100 Best Clubfitter
Fit2Score, Dallas Fort Worth, Texas

I first heard about the Rogue at the PGA Merchandise show in 2014. At that time is was a tour only shaft, made exclusively at Aldila’s California facility. Aldila has always had a huge presence on the PGA Tour. That presence became more visible when Jordan Spieth won the 2015 Masters with the Aldila Rogue in his bag. Lets start with a look at the numbers:

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  • Garett Morin

    I’ve been told the overall profile of the 125 is stiffer than the 110. Did you find that to be true?

    • Garett,
      The differences are mostly in the butt section. However, if you do not have access to sectional measuring instruments, then you might see that as overall stiffness.

  • Cliff

    I currently have a new Driver with a Fujikura Pro 50 Regular flex shaft that has the following specs: 4.5 torque, mid to high kick point, medium tip shaft. I am considering the Rogue Black 60 Regular as an option as it is one of the shafts offered. Based on the Rogue Black R specs above, can you tell me how similar or different the shafts would be?