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True Temper Dynamic Gold .370" Steel Iron Shafts



True Temper Dynamic Gold .370" Steel Iron Shafts

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Product Name Price Status Qty
R200 Flex - 370 tip (41") 2.5C1M $19.99 In Stock
R300 Flex - 370 tip (41") 3C1M $19.99 In Stock
R400 Flex - 370 tip (41") 3.5C1M $19.99 In Stock
S200 Flex - 370 tip (41") 3.5C1M $19.99 In Stock
S300 Flex - 370 tip (41") 4C1M $19.99 In Stock
S400 Flex - 370 tip (41") 4.5C1M $19.99 In Stock
X100 Flex - 370 tip (41") 5C1M $19.99 In Stock
X300 Flex - 370 tip (41") 5.5C1M $19.99 In Stock
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True Temper Dynamic Gold .370" Steel Iron Shafts

The #1 shaft in golf. The True Temper Dynamic Gold is a high-flex, tour weighted steel iron shaft that is designed for skilled players seeking a low, penetrating ball flight for optimum control and accuracy.

Features:
  • .370" tip diameter
  • Lightweight steel with a high bend point yielding a more tour preferred ball flight

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True Temper Dynamic Gold .370" Steel Iron Shafts is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Accurate These shafts are the most accurate and consistant I've found. Been using them for over 20 years. I changed out my graphite shafts in my hybrid irons and woods (the hosel on my 3 wood hybrid takes a .370 diameter) for better online shots and consistant yardages. The only con is the extra wieght but the trade off for accuracy saves me a stroke or two per round!
Date published: 2010-07-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Finally Well i got a shaft that works with my Maltby TE irons. If you think the X300 is a telephone pole your wrong. Med high ball flight, soft good feel with spin. I was nervous at first by thinking they would be to stiff but they are the best shaft i hit so far.
Date published: 2015-03-28
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I'm looking for a good steel shaft for a #4 Ben Hogan Edge C.F.T. Hybrid with a .370 hosel. The club will end up at 39.5" long. I'm not sure as yet if this club will be regular or stiff flex. Please advise a good shaft for me. Thank you

Asked by: Minnow
Any .370" parallel tip iron shaft could work well. You might want to try and match the weight and specifications to the shafts in your irons. The stock Apex shafts used by the Hogan Company for years were in the 118 gram weight range. Dynamic Gold is heavier but could still work well as long as the shaft fits you. KBS does offer a steel hybrid shaft which could also work well. http://www.golfworks.com/product.asp?pn=FS0020 You would follow the tip trimming for a 4 iron.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-05-05

My swing speed with my 7 iron is 111 mph and is faster with my low irons. I have the project x 6.0 s in my Calloway forged irons. What are the stiffest shaft available?

Asked by: Mike007
Project X can be special ordered in 7.0 frequency. True Temper has X1 shafts and X3 shafts can be special ordered.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2015-04-20

i need the steel shaft tip size for aTaylor Made super Steel Burner iron set.

Asked by: Turk
Our shaft replacement guide indicates that the Super Steel irons have a .395 hosel bore. You could install the .370 shafts into your heads but you would need to use an adaptor/shim which is code SADI to make them fit properly.
Answered by: Kevin F
Date published: 2015-04-08

What is the tip trim instructions or code for the x300 .370

Asked by: Deew
Trim code is IR2 for X300 flex
Answered by: Kevin F
Date published: 2015-03-20

Difference in ball flight/swing speed between r400 & s200

Asked by: JFKme
There is more to determining the flex than just swing wpeed, but based on swing speed, if your 5 or 6 orin clubhead speed is approximately 65 to 75 mph, you would most likely fall into an R flex. If your 5 or 6 iron clubhead speed is approximately 75 to 85, you would fall into a S flex. If you are simply comparing the shafts at one particular clubhead speed, generally the R400 would produce a higher ball flight than the S200 shaft, based strictly on the flex of the shaft.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2014-12-30

Does the Dynamic Gold .370 R400 or the Dynamic Gold SL R300 have the available option of the sensicore? If so what is the price?

Asked by: Conner
These days True Temper does not sell shafts with the Sensicore installed from the factory. It is only an after market product that can be purchased and installed into either of these shafts. http://www.golfworks.com/product.asp?pn=TTSP
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2014-12-01

I have DG R300 iron shafts but I need some wedge shafts. ?Which ones would be the best match?

Asked by: ColoradoMike
If you like the DGR300 in your irons there would be nothing wrong with putting in your wedges. DG is has been the most common wedge shaft for years. If you are looking for a different feel with your wedges then possibly the DG Spinner which is designed to launch the ball lower and spin more.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2014-09-23
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