True Temper Multi Step Lite Steel Iron Shafts

True Temper Multi Step Lite Steel Iron Shafts

L/A Flex - 370 tip (119g) 1/2D3H
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R/S Flex - 370 tip (125g) 3/4B3H
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1-3 $15.50
4+ $13.50
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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.

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

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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
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I do not understand abbreviations for LA / F and R/S flex on which one to order to the previous question

Asked by: bill
When you see a shaft flex marked L/A or R/S it means this is a combination flex shaft that can be made into either the L flex (Ladies) or A flex (Seniors) or the R flex for Regular men's flex and S for Stiff men's flex. You need to follow the trimming instructions to trim these shafts to play the flex you want them to be. I am assuming you might be seeing the F on UST Mamiya shafts where they will use F1, F2, F3, F4 & F5 to denote the flexes of their shafts. The letters translate into the following flexes. F1 = L flex (Ladies) F2 = A flex (Seniors) F3 = R flex (Regular Men's) F4 = S flex (Stiff Men's) F5 = X flex ( Extra Stiff Men's) If you see just an F for flex it could mean a Firm Flex which is generally a shaft that will play between an Men's Regular and Stiff flex.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-07-06

I am an amputee and swing adjustments have resulted in a lower ball flight off of my irons. I am using Ping i3 blades with .355 R shafts. I am considering a lower flex point shaft and/or an A shaft. What would you suggest?

Asked by: Golfguy
The only .355" tip diameter A flex graphite shaft that we stock is the Aerotech Steelfiber 70CW (AT0020I). We could special order any of the UST Recoil .370" shafts from UST with a .355" taper tip. UST uses F2 to indicate the A flex. We have the Recoil 460 (US0095), Recoil 660 (US0072), Recoil 670 (US0072) and Recoil 760 (US0099) in the F2 flex that could be special ordered in the .355" tip size. For a special order you would need to contact Customer Service at or by calling 1-800-848-8358.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-07-05

I am looking at replacing Taylor made R7 stiff steel with regular flex. What is recommended for improved distance and trajectory.

Asked by: bill
The stock steel Taylor Made shafts are made by FST. The FST 90 (FS0011) cut to an R flex would be a good match to playing characteristics of the stock shaft both in weight and trajectory. The True Temper Multi-Step could also be a good choice. It is a heavier weight shaft then the stock shaft but has similar playing characteristics. The True Temper XP95 (TT0113) could also be a good choice.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-07-05

I need a light weight steel iron shaft to fit a .370 head that has a higher flex point to prevent balooning. What do you recommend?

Asked by: Mart
Dynamic Gold SL would be the first shaft that comes to mind. (TT201105). TT Lite XL (UTXLIC), which is designed for a mid ball flight could be another option.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-06-27

i'm 70 now. i just bought a set of callaway x hot irons.  they come with uni-flex  shafts.  i'm not hitting the ball high enough.this is hurting me on distance and stopping on the greens.what would you recommend

Asked by: sam
The True Temper Multi-Step could be a good choice. Another good inexpensive shaft would be the FST 115 (FS0012). Either shaft could help.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-04-11

How does this shaft in L/A flex compare to a graphite shaft of the same flex ?

Asked by: bluesboy
The biggest difference would be the shaft weight difference. The Multi-Step is going to be heavier then any L/A graphite irons shaft. The Mulit-Step will probably play a little stiffer then most if not all L/A graphite iron shafts.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-02-29

the cut length for these shafts don't appear to coincide with the cut lengths on the True Temper the 6 Iron should be tip trimmed 2.5". The link on the GW page indicates it should be 2", unless I'm looking at the chart wrong? Which is correct?

Asked by: clafoone
I am not seeing what you are seeing. I see 2.5" for a 6 iron on both our chart and True Tempers chart. The R flex follow IR25 and the S flex IR26. L flex IR25 and A flex IR14. When I look at these everything matches up to what I see on True Temper's site.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-12-31

Iam 80 years old and have trouble getting my irons higher in the air - would these shafts help?

Asked by: Russ A
The Multi-Step shafts could help. In a steel shaft I would also recommend the FST 90 (FS0011) which is a lighter weight shaft then the Multi-Step which could also help. You might also consider a graphite shaft as they can be both ligher and more flexible then steel shafts which can help. A shaft like the Aldila Value Series could work well. (VXIAL)
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-11-30
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