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True Temper Multi Step Lite Steel Iron Shafts



True Temper Multi Step Lite Steel Iron Shafts

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Product Name Price Status Qty
L/A Flex - 370 tip (119g) 1/2D3H $7.99 In Stock
R/S Flex - 370 tip (125g) 3/4B3H $7.99 In Stock
Shaft Service - Add. Cost
Please specify hosel depth, playing length and club head type in the "Notes" at Checkout

Pureing 1-3 $15.50
4+ $13.50
Tip & Butt Trimming $4.95
Tip Prepping $2.95

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True Temper Multi Step Lite Steel Iron Shafts

The True Temper Multi Step Lite steel iron shaft was designed with a unique step pattern that promotes a higher launch angle.

Features:
  • .370" tip diameter
  • Extended parallel tip section allows multiple trimming options for a wide variety of golfers

Trimming Instructions

True Temper Multi Step Lite Steel Iron Shaft Specifications


 
True Temper Multi Step Lite Steel Iron Shafts is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic I just reshafted a sand wedge for my 12 year old nephew with the Multi Step Lite shaft. The shaft was installed with a bit less than ladies flex and a assembled length of 34.25 inches. The performance of this club is outstanding. I play a stiff to extra stiff shaft and hit this club with precision. My nephew hit almost every ball high with a soft landing. I still can't get over it. I highly recommend this shaft.
Date published: 2011-05-18
 

I want to replace the shaft on an old Macgregor iron from the '70s or '80s. ?How do I tell if I need a shaft with a .370 tip or one with a .355 tip, other than by removing the head and measuring.

Asked by: JEagle
Just from their time frame it is likely that these are .355" taper tip. MacGregor commonly used .355" taper tips. If the shaft has steps you could put a pair of calipers on the shaft right above the ferrule and take a measurement and then slide the calipers up to the first step. If the size is the same, (both measurements .370" then the shaft is parallel tip. If the measurement increases, say to .396" the shaft would be taper tip. If the shafts are Dynamic or Dynamic Golds the steps themselves will measure 1 3/4" if it is a taper tip and 1 7/8" if it is a parallel tip.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2014-10-13