True Temper Dynamic Gold SL .355" Steel Iron Shaft

True Temper Dynamic Gold SL .355" Steel Iron Shaft


R300 41 (#1) - 355 tip
$24.99
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R300 40.5 (#2) - 355 tip
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R300 40 (#3) - 355 tip
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R300 39.5 (#4) - 355 tip
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R300 39 (#5) - 355 tip
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R300 38.5 (#6) - 355 tip
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R300 38 (#7) - 355 tip
$24.99
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R300 37.5 (#8) - 355 tip
$24.99
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R300 37 (#9,PW,GW,SW) - 355 tip
$24.99
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S300 41 (#1) - 355 tip
$24.99
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S300 40.5 (#2) - 355 tip
$24.99
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S300 40 (#3) - 355 tip
$24.99
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S300 39.5 (#4) - 355 tip
$24.99
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S300 39 (#5) - 355 tip
$24.99
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S300 38.5 (#6) - 355 tip
$24.99
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S300 38 (#7) - 355 tip
$24.99
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S300 37.5 (#8) - 355 tip
$24.99
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S300 37 (#9,PW,GW,SW) - 355 tip
$24.99
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X100 41 (#1) - 355 tip
$24.99
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X100 40.5 (#2) - 355 tip
$24.99
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X100 40 (#3) - 355 tip
$24.99
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X100 39.5 (#4) - 355 tip
$24.99
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X100 39 (#5) - 355 tip
$24.99
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X100 38.5 (#6) - 355 tip
$24.99
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X100 38 (#7) - 355 tip
$24.99
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X100 37.5 (#8) - 355 tip
$24.99
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X100 37 (#9,PW,GW,SW) - 355 tip
$24.99
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Pureing 
1-3 $15.50
4+ $13.50
Tip & Butt Trimming
$4.95
Tip Prepping
$2.95

True Temper Dynamic Gold SL .355" Steel Iron Shaft

The Dynamic Gold SL steel wood shaft weighs 20% less than Dynamic Gold and offers all the same performance characteristics.

Features:
  • .355" tip diameter
  • Light weight design increases club head speed yielding greater distance
  • Constructed from revolutionary S3 alloy
  • Ideal for low to mid handicap golfers seeking tour playability in a superlite design
  • Identical appearance and performance as Dynamic Gold with less fatigue
  • Available in half inch increments 41" - 37"

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True Temper Dynamic Gold SL .355" Steel Iron Shaft is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Performs like DG, but lighter I've been enjoying these in a set of TE forged irons and am very pleased with the performance. They are low launching like the Dynamic Gold shafts, but are 20 grams lighter! The shot dispersion is excellent, too. If you need a lighter shaft that is tip stiff, this is it!
Date published: 2015-03-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from DG SL 300 Just got the Ping S57 irons and had the wrx dept. install the D.G. SL shafts, Love em they are so solid, great upgrade.
Date published: 2009-08-05
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My 7 iron is 37" long, but you list the 38" shaft for the 7 iron. Is the difference between the 37" and 38" shaft only at the butt end?--said another way, can I just buy the 37 and not worry about butt trimming, or should I buy the 38 and butt trim?

Asked by: ronray43
If you install the 37" shaft, which is the shaft for the 9 iron and wedges, into your 7 iron instead of the 38" shaft the shaft will play a half a flex stiffer then the listed flex. Even if you install the 37" shaft your 7 iron the length will be in the 38" to 38.25" range. The clubhead design adds to the finished length of the club. You will still need to butt cut the club to it's finished length of 37". Shafts are made longer in raw length to help with players who need over length clubs.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-11-11

I have a set of Ping I 3 O-size stiff  shafts "cushion JZ" I am 71 years old starting back into golf again and my clubs feel a little heavier what it be recommended to change to a later shift and what would you recommend, been 15 years since I played last

Asked by: Cal
The JZ was very much like a Dynamic Gold. The Dynamic Gold SL (TT2016) is approximately 20 grams lighter then the Dynamic Gold with the same playing characteristics. If you liked the playing characteristics of the JZ this could be a good choice. Dropping to an R flex might also be a good idea. The True Temper XP 95, (TT0101) 105 (TT0102) or 115 (TT0112) could be other good options. The Ping irons do use a .355" taper tip shaft.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-06-28

I just reshafted a set of Titleist 710 CBs with DGSL S300, soft stepped. The SWs reduced from D2 to around D0. Short irons ok but mid/long irons lack head feel. Typically, should you increase SW when moving to a shaft that is 25g lighter than before?  

Asked by: Johnno
The DGSL shafts are designed to help maintain a similar swingweight as a standard DG but they do not quite get there. I would add some swingweight, probably even back up to D2 with the new lighter weight shafts. I have always found that with lighter weight shafts I could even use a little heavier swingweight then what I had previously used with a heavier weight shaft. With the lighter weight shaft you still have a lighter total or overall weight club.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-05-10

looking for a regular steel shaft for Ping I5 Pitching wedge

Asked by: Almiro
Ping used a stock 95 gram weight shaft in steel in the I5 irons and wedges. The DG SL R300 could work well or the XP95 or XP105 could also be good choices. http://www.golfworks.com/true-temper-dynamic-gold-xp95-steel-iron-shafts/p/TT0101/ http://www.golfworks.com/true-temper-dynamic-gold-xp105-steel-iron-shafts/p/TT0102/
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-05-02

I would like to replace the KBS V110 tour shafts I have in my Callaway XR Pro irons. 4 thru A. I am 65 yrs old and play off a 2.1 hcp.Generally hit 7 iron 155 yds. I would like lighter more predictable shafts. What would be your recommendation? Thank y

Asked by: Alansa50
The Dynamic Gold SL at 109 grams is similar in weight to the KBS V110. Lighter weight steel shafts like the KBS Tour 90, Nippon N.S. Pro 950GH, True Temper XP95 or XP105 are steel shafts that would be light enough to notice a difference from the KBS V110. http://www.golfworks.com/product.asp?pn=FS0024 http://www.golfworks.com/product.asp?pn=NP0011 http://www.golfworks.com/product.asp?pn=TT0113 http://www.golfworks.com/product.asp?pn=TT0102
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-02-24

I plan on re-shafting 4-PW Dynacraft Copperhead Tour Blades (2004). They currently have RP Rifle shafts 5.5 which are too stiff. I am 66 yrs old and swing speed is probably 80-85. Always used Dynamic Gold. What would be the best R stepped shaft to use?

Asked by: Captj
The Copperhead irons are a .370" hosel bore size.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-02-15

i want a full set of steel iron shafts 3 to PW with a 4.5 stifness

Asked by: bruce huyghue
If you are referring to the True Temper Dynamic Gold SL iron shafts they are not a frequency matched shaft. It is easier to frequency match the .370" parallel tip version compared to the .355" taper tip version. It is hard to say for sure whether or not you could achieve a 4.5 frequency with these shafts. A frequency such as 4.5 is based on a certain set of club specifications. For example with the Royal Precision frequency matched shafts a 4.5 frequency shaft would be a 4.5 if the 5 iron was 37.5" long, the swingweight is D3 the hosel length of the iron was 2.5" long and the hosel bore depth was 1.25". Any specification change to those measurements would change the 4.5 frequency. The Dynamic Gold SL R300 would probably come close to the 4.5 frequency with a normal specifications.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-12-29

I have a set of 2011 Adams Pro Black CB1 irons that came with the graphite shafts. According to your figment guide, they show this shaft to have a .370" parallel. The ProjectX std shaft is .355" taper. Is the hosel diameter physically different?

Asked by: JPittman
Jim, I obviously know that there are 2 separate sized of shafts. I was asking if the heads were listed in the Golfworks OEM guide is correct. After removing the factory graphites( that are listed at .370") I found out the listing is wrong. The heads are definitely not .370". The factory tip measures close to .355 after abrasion. Now I'm stuck with returning shafts. Yay me. GOLFWORKS, fix your guide. 
Answered by: JPittman
Date published: 2015-08-16
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