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True Temper Dynamic Gold XP95  Steel Iron Shafts

True Temper Dynamic Gold XP95 Steel Iron Shafts

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Product Name Price Status Qty
R300, 40.0 (#3 Iron) - .355 tip (93g) 3B3H $24.99 In Stock
R300, 39.5 (#4 Iron) - .355 tip (93g) 3B3H $24.99 In Stock
R300, 39.0 (#5 Iron) - .355 tip (93g) 3B3H $24.99 In Stock
R300, 38.5 (#6 Iron) - .355 tip (93g) 3B3H $24.99 In Stock
R300, 38.0 (#7 Iron) - .355 tip (93g) 3B3H $24.99 In Stock
R300, 37.5 (#8 Iron) - .355 tip (93g) 3B3H $24.99 In Stock
R300, 37.0 (#9 Iron) - .355 tip (93g) 3B3H $24.99 In Stock
R300, 36.5 (Wedge) - .355 tip (93g) 3B3H $24.99 In Stock
S300, 40.0 (#3 Iron) - .355 tip (95g) 4B3H $24.99 In Stock
S300, 39.5 (#4 Iron) - .355 tip (95g) 4B3H $24.99 In Stock
S300, 39.0 (#5 Iron) - .355 tip (95g) 4B3H $24.99 In Stock
S300, 38.5 (#6 Iron) - .355 tip (95g) 4B3H $24.99 In Stock
S300, 38.0 (#7 Iron) - .355 tip (95g) 4B3H $24.99 In Stock
S300, 37.5 (#8 iIron) - .355 tip (95g) 4B3H $24.99 In Stock
S300, 37.0 (#9 Iron) - .355 tip (95g) 4B3H $24.99 In Stock
S300, 36.5 (Wedge) - .355 tip (95g) 4B3H $24.99 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 Dynamic Gold XP95 Steel Iron Shafts

The new XP Series brings your game inside the ropes by delivering explosive power and distance to every iron in the bag. Robot and player testing has shown an average of 6-8 yards improvement in carry distance with many players seeing double-digit yardage gains. Featuring optimized trajectory in a superlight weight design, the XP shafts are engineered to be the longest and most forgiving steel iron shafts in the game today.

  • XP95 is an Ultralight shaft (95g) designed to deliver maximum peak trajectory for explosive distance
  • Combines standard and speed steps to ensure the ultimate combination of maximum ball speed and dispersion control.

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Dynamic Gold XP Spec sheet

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I play XP 95 in my 5-W. I would like to try them in my 2 hybrid. Currently, my 2 measures 40" total length. Should I use a 40" shaft and cut it to length, or use the 38.5" shaft, which should give me a finished length of about 40" without trimming?

Asked by: Steveb
I would recommend using the 40" shaft in your #2 hybrid and then cutting it to final length from the butt end. Note the that the XP95 is a .355" shaft and will need to be shimmed with a SHIM15 if installing into a hybrid with a .370" hosel bore.
Answered by: Admin
Date published: 2015-04-06

good morning I want too buy a Cleveland 60 rtx 588 wedge 2 dot with a xp95 shaft what is the difference between a low bounce and reg bounce

Asked by: Roadrunner
Generally, low bounce would be for firmer sand and turf conditions, and for players with shallow to neutral attack angles. "Regular" bounce would be for normal sand and turf conditions and neutral attack angles. This is very general, as you should also consider the sole width. Wider soles tend to be better for softer conditions and narrower soles are better for firmer conditions.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2015-03-23

I have played the older model XP Tour reg flex. How does the XP95 compare. I am 64 years old and my swing speed is between 80-85 mph.

Asked by: DixieDave
I am 75 years old and have switched to the XP95,reg flex. I find my ball flight is better with more roll out. The weight difference,at 93 gm, was one factor in switching. My swing speed is between 85-90 and found it much easier to control ball flight, direction and distance. I am a club builder at a golf course and have helped some older golfers with the steel weight and distance by switching them to the XP95 series. Hope this helps you.
Answered by: Redstone Bob
Date published: 2015-03-09

Can you install these in Titleist ap 2?

Asked by: Bob P
Yes, the TT0101 XP95 .355 taper tip shafts can be installed in the Titleist AP2 irons.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2015-03-08

What matches up ?now with the Dynamic Gold XP r300 in the true temper line and a possible replacement in the the AreoTech line. I am trying to re shaft some Mizuno JXP 825 pro's

Asked by: CharlieO
If you are referring to the old Dynalite Gold XP r300, the new True Temper XP105 would be a slightly lighter option with similar bend point and tip stiffness. The True Temper XP 115 would be closer in weight, but would be a medium tip stiffness and mid bend point. In the AeroTech line, the SteelFiber 110 would be slightly lighter than the Dynalite Gold XP, and would have a stiffer tip section and higher bend point.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2014-12-30

can you get this shaft in senior regular?

Asked by: Troy
No the XP is not available in a Senior flex (A flex). You could soft step the shafts in installation by 2 clubs and this would soften the flex by a half a flex. This means installing the 3 iron shaft (40") into the 5 iron and the 4 iron shaft into the 6 iron and so on down the line. When you butt cut to your finished length the shaft (R300) would play a half a flex more flexible or between an A and R flex.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2014-12-01

When I am ordering True Temper shafts, how do I know if the tip is tapered or parallel??

Asked by: 131313
Parallel tip shafts will have a tip diameter of .370". Taper tip shafts will have a tip diamter of .355".
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2014-11-11

Is there a difference between the xp 95 and the standard Dynamic Gold Regular shaft

Asked by: Paul17
The difference in weight is 34 grams, which should translate a feel difference. The XP95 has a low bend point and softer tip section. The Dynamic Gold has a high bend point and and stiff tip section. When comparing, these varying characteristics would suggest that the two shafts should feel different from each other and provide different ball flight characteristics.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2014-10-28
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