True Temper Dynamic Gold SL .370" Steel Iron Shafts

True Temper Dynamic Gold SL .370" Steel Iron Shafts

R300 - 370 tip (104g) 3B1H
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S300 - 370 tip (109g) 4C1H
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X100 - 370 tip (109g) 5C1H
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1-3 $19.50
4+ $17.50
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True Temper Dynamic Gold SL .370" Steel Iron Shafts

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

  • .370" 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

Trimming Instructions

True Temper Dynamic Gold SL .370" Steel Iron Shafts is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Glad I switched! I finally pulled the Uniflex steel shafts that came in my Callaway Razr irons. Glad I made the switch!! The DG SL feels much better and lighter. The Uniflex felt like iron bars. I have only played a few rounds but I think I picked up about half a club in length also!
Date published: 2016-04-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very good shaft Installed shafts for a friend in his wedges. They were lighter and better kick point, he loves them.
Date published: 2016-06-22
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How much do I trim off irons 4-gw. Do we still do back of heel to first step per iron?

Asked by: Jim
The trimming instructions are listed online and in our catalog. For the parallel tip TT201105 Dynamic Gold SL irons you tip trim 1.5" from he tip on the 4 iron, 2" on the 5, 2.5" on the 6, 3" on the 7, 3.5" on the 8, 4" on the 9, and 4.5" on the Pitching Wedge and Gap Wedge. After tip trimming and installation, you trim to final playing length from the but end of the shaft.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2017-02-17

If I cut an additional 1/2 inch of tip from the 0.370 R300 version, will this produce a flex half way between S300 and R300? Thanks.

Asked by: Johnno
No, you would have to trim an additional 1" to create a flex between and R300 and S300. 1/2" with this shaft would be equal to a quarter of a flex change.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-02-15

JimY. Tks. Raw length of 0.370 version is 41" and you trim 2" for a 5 iron. Then I guess you must butt trim for desired length? Most 5 irons are around 37.75" total length. Can you pls reconfirm length of tip to first step? What is a microstep?

Asked by: Johnno
Yes you would tip cut 2" and then butt cut to your finished length. We reference 37.75" for a steel shafted 5 iron. I would tell you that most companies reference 38" for a 5 iron. It depends on which manufactures clubs you have. On the DG SL the first steps coming up from the tip end of the shaft are not very pronounced and may not be that easy to see at a glance. Those are what I referred to as micro steps. The tip to first step to the step that is most easily seen is 12" on the R300.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-01-11

Is there any diff in performance or tip stiffness between the .355 and .370? Also, for the R300, how far from the hosel is the fist step? Visually, I prefer the steps closer to the hosel. Would shimming the .355 be better for me?

Asked by: Johnno
The difference is that the .370" shaft will get lighter in weight as they are cut shorter and the .370" tip size being larger then the .355" will play and test a little stiffer. The .355" version is a constant weight shaft which means even though the shafts for each club get shorter in length they all weight the same. The tip to first step measurement on the 39" 5 iron shaft (.355") is 12.75". On the .370" R300 shaft the tip to first step on the raw shaft measures 8.5" to the first micro step and the recommended tip trimming for a 5 irons is 2" so it would come down to 6.5". I have hit and played with both of these shafts and there is very little if any difference in how they feel and play.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-01-09

how can i tell the flex in my existing irons?

Asked by: rob 028
It's best to have your irons evaluated by your local golf club fitting expert either by using a frequency machine or deflection board.
Answered by: Kevin F
Date published: 2016-01-10

What does the "3B1H" mean in the description of this shaft - True Temper Steel R300 - 370 tip (104g) 3B1H?

Asked by: Jerry T
3B1H is a code we developed to help identify the proper shaft flex and type for a player, based on some basic parameters. The 3 would indicate an R flex (2 an A, 4 an S, 5 an X), based on your swing speed or the club you use from 150 yards. The B designates if the player is looking for distance, control or both, B being both. 1 indicates the trajectory, 1 being a lower trajectory, 2 mid, and 3 high. H indicates the player needs help corrrecting a Hook, M would be no correction, and S would be a slice.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2015-01-12

Are SL .370 steel iron shafts available with taper tips?

Asked by: dauwgfan1
Yes the SL is available in .355" taper tip. The code is TT2016.\
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2014-12-05

are SL .370" shafts available in taper tip?

Asked by: dauwgfan
Yes, the TrueTemper SL shafts are available in a .355" taper tip option.
Answered by: Admin
Date published: 2014-12-05
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