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True Temper Straight Taper Steel Putter Shafts

True Temper Straight Taper Steel Putter Shafts

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Product Name Price Status Qty
YST - .355" Stepless Straight Taper - 38in $12.99 In Stock
TT0004P - .382" ID Flare-Tipped - 38in $14.99 In Stock
TT0001P - .370" Stepless Putter - 38in $11.99 In Stock
TT1008P - .370" Straight-Tip Stepped - 35in $9.99 In Stock
TT1009P - .370" ID Controlled Straight-Tipped Stepless - 38in $11.99 In Stock
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4+ $13.50
Tip & Butt Trimming $4.95
Tip Prepping $2.95
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True Temper Straight Taper Steel Putter Shafts

  • YST - Stepless .355" straight tapered putter shaft
  • TT0004P - Flared tip .382 ID stepless steel putter shaft for over the post hosels
  • TT0001P - Stepless steel .370" putter shaft
  • TT1008P - Stepped .370" steel putter shaft
  • TT1009P - ID controlled .370" stepless straight taper steel putter shaft

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I have a Scottie Cameron Newport 2 (plumbers neck) and I need a replacement shaft. My existing shaft measures .355 OD at the hosel. Is the YST .355" Stepless Straight Taper 38" for $12.99 the correct shaft for my putter?

Asked by: Buckey
Cameron uses a .350" taper tip in these putters but I have personally installed the YST .355" shaft into a Newport 2 putter of my own without any problems and no additional sanding.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-08-10

What are my shaft choices for a 2012 scotty cameron california monterey putter

Asked by: jim mct
The Scotty Cameron California Monterey putter uses a .355" taper tip putter shaft. Your putter shaft options would be the True Temper YST or the UST Frequency Filtered US0011P. You could also use any .355" taper tip iron shaft. With taper tip iron shafts in putters we use the shortest raw length.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-06-22

Need shaft size for Cameron Newport Mil -Spec Pro Platinum. Thanks

Asked by: Joeputt
The Cameron Newport Mill Spec Pro Platinum would use the YST .355" taper tip putter shaft.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-06-15

I have an Odyssey Metal-x 1 putter head which a customer wishes me to install a shaft on. Recommendation(s)?

Asked by: bvt99
Based on the images we found online, it appears the Metal X-1 putter simply requires a straight putter shaft. The True Temper TT0001P is a stepless straight putter shaft and the True Temper TT1008P is a stepped straight putter shafts. Both have a .370 tip diamter.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2015-06-16

I have a Scotty Cameron Circa 62 #1 head. Need to know the tip size to help me determine the shaft to order. Any options?

Asked by: Stint32
The Circa 62 #1 would use the TT0004P which is the flare-tipped shaft.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-05-19

looking for putter shaft to fit original ping anser putter head

Asked by: hedgie
The YST is the putter shaft you need.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-04-13

A while back I asked about the tip size for a Never Compromise SC 2 to which you answered I could use the TT0001P. I ordered that shaft and it doesn't fit. I would have to cut about 1/3 of the shaft off for it to work. Any other ideas???

Asked by: Donwa13
The largest putter shaft tip option we offer is our TT0004P which has an inside diameter of .382 . The tip section length is approx. 1 1/4".
Answered by: Kevin F
Date published: 2015-03-20

I have a Taylormade Rossa TP MARANELLO 8-01 Putter. What shaft do I need?

Asked by: sdfsdfs
I believe this should be a .370" parallel tip putter shaft like the True Temper TT0001P. I am having a hard time finding a good picture of the shaft where it is installed onto the clubhead. There is a possibility that this putter uses a flare tip putter shaft. If this is the case you would notice that the shaft gets wider at the very bottom of the shaft where it is installed on the clubhead of if the existing shaft is removed the post that the shaft installs onto is wider at the bottom then it is at the top. If this is the case you would need the TT0004P putter shaft.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-03-04
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