True Temper Command .370" Steel Iron Shafts

True Temper Command .370" Steel Iron Shafts

R/S Flex - 370 tip (127g) 3/4C1M
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True Temper Command .370" Steel Iron Shafts

The True Temper Command is True Temper's best priced steel iron shaft.

  • .370" tip diameter
  • Competitively priced for use in virtually any golf club

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True Temper Command .370" Steel Iron Shafts is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Low ball fight, feel, and cost As with a previous review, I have these in an OG set of Maltby MMB heads. I've built and bought several sets of irons over the 6 years I've had them and I always come back to these irons. Yes. The MMB head is exceptional but they are a perfect fit with these shafts. I've tried comparable weight shafts in the mmbs, including dynamic gold s300 and x100 and found that for me the combination of ball fight, distance and feel the command offers almost noone if the compromises the others do.( I. E. S300 launchers higher, x100 lacks feel etc) I am considering updating my fairly beat up MMBS to the newer version and will not hesitate to build them with these shafts.
Date published: 2016-11-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Quality and great price Cost plays a big factor in my 5 star rating. That said, Most low cost steel iron shafts offer some compromise from comparable designs costing more money. I bought these shafts several years ago and they have seem time in several different irons and they have found a home in a set of original Maltby MMB's. They replaced some S300 SL's that launched too high, spun too much and ballooned to often. These shafts are on the heavier side, launch perfectly with my Digger Driver swing. I have a set of X100's I was going to soft step in these heads but I am so happy with the Commands I've decided to stick with them. I tipped these a 1/4" over recomended tipping for stiff. If you prefer a lower launch, heavier shaft, at a value price you can't go wrong with these.
Date published: 2013-09-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Not Sure Yet Just re-shafted a set of CB-2 Blacks with the Tru Temper Command shafts. Going to play tomorrow. They feel great right now but time on the course and range will tell!! Bought a grip kit with the shafts and I love the way GolfWorks cuts the tape and the little spray bottle of solvent!! Made it much easier to do the project in my living room lol!!!! More to come on the Shafts
Date published: 2013-11-23
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Can I drill out a .355 taper tip hosel to fit .370 parallel shafts? The club heads are Hogan Magnum's. Thanks

Asked by: slmealor
Yes the Hogan Magnum's could be reamed or rebored to accept a .370" parallel tip shaft. You do need the correct equipment to do this. A drill press and Hosel Reaming & Boring Vise (RBV) would be necessary. If you drill them it is best to step drill them by using different drill bits and enlarging the hole a little bit at a time. We have teh Reamer (GW0115) for 370" or the set of drill bits (DBCSET) which includes the T, U and 3/8" size drill bits.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-02-10

What would you tip this shaft to stiff side of regular a 7 iron? Thanks

Asked by: slmealor
The 7 iron tip trim for an R flex is 3" and an S flex is 4" so if you trimmed 3.5" that would put you between and R and S flex.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-01-31

What would be a good, affordable .355 tapered tip steel shaft? On the stiff side of regular.

Asked by: slmealor
The TT Lite XL (2XLI) is really the only inexpensive option for a .355" taper tip steel shaft we have these days. The R flex plays very close to most S flex shafts.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-01-24

I'm looking at buying a old set of Ben Hogan Magnums to start one of my grandsons playing. What is the housel size if I'm reshafting.

Asked by: slmealor
The Hogan Magnum irons would be a .355" taper tip.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-01-23

I'm sure there is not an exact spec match. But, is there any graphite iron shafts that are a close match to the TT Command shaft?

Asked by: Divot Dave
Just matching the weight alone give you the UST Recoil 125 (US0088). The Recoil being a mid trajectory shaft does match the Command in that it is also a mid trajectory shaft. Aerotech does offer the SteelFiber 125 which is a 125 gram weight shaft that we could special order. If you are wanting to match the playing characteristics with a lighter weight graphite shaft then you want to look at shafts that offer a mid trajectory. A shaft like the Kuro Kage Black 2nd Gen (MR0046) could possibly work well. I would always suggest trying one first to make sure it works well before buying the whole set.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-01-16

Have 2.0 burners stiff, losing yardage at 54 yrs old, thinking of switching to regular shaft, maybe this one, swing speed under 100,

Asked by: Billyp
The stock steel shaft in the Burner 2.0 irons was an 85 gram weight shaft. Going to the Command steel shaft at 127 grams could cost you some distance even in an R flex. You might look at a shaft like the FST 90 (FS0011) and trim it to the R flex. It is a 100 gram raw weight shaft that will be down in the 90 gram range once it is trimmed for installation. The Taylor Made 85 gram steel shaft is made for them by FST.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-12-27

Hey, if I get the TTCommand .370" Steel Iron Shafts to put in my Single Swing irons, what would I trim the tip to make them almost stiff, 4 inches?

Asked by: slmealor
It depends on the manufacturer of the heads. If they are Sterling, then all heads are approx 8 iron weight and meant to be trimmed to 8 iron specs. I just built a set and all irons are 8 iron trimmed. Check with the company you bought the heads from for their recommendation on tipping.
Answered by: Sluggo
Date published: 2016-12-26

Hey, I'm 5 foot 10.5 inches with shoes on. My wrist to floor in same is 37.5 inches. What lie would a 38 inch iron need to be, my stance and swing are upright. Takeaway is short but I swing hard & strong. Not fast.

Asked by: slmealor
We do not use a wrist to floor measurement to determine the lie angle. It is not a good way at all to do this. We would have you hit shot off a lie board with sole impact labels on the sole of the club to determine the correct lie angle and to do it correctly we would do the test with all of your irons, not just one.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-12-06
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