True Temper Multi Step Lite Steel Iron Shafts

True Temper Multi Step Lite Steel Iron Shafts


L/A Flex - 370 tip (119g) 1/2D3H
$7.99
In Stock
R/S Flex - 370 tip (125g) 3/4B3H
$7.99
In Stock
Pureing 
1-3 $19.50
4+ $17.50
Tip & Butt Trimming
$4.95
Tip Prepping
$2.95

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.

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

Trimming Instructions

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 3.
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
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
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great all purpose shaft I use the Multi-step shafts for my demo 6-irons, along with the club-conex connectors. A great all purpose shaft.
Date published: 2017-03-26
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i am replacing a true temper speed step 80 in a calaway XR 6 iron regular flex shaft. which shaft best matches that shaft?

Asked by: hill hill
The True Temper XP95 (TT0113) would be the closest match we have to the Speed Step 80 shaft used by Callaway. https://www.golfworks.com/true-temper-dynamic-gold-xp95-steel-iron-shafts/p/TT0113/
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-08-23

I ordered an iron shaft on 8/7/2017 and have not received any notice from you folks about delivery. I would have thought I would have received the shaft by now. My name is Kenneth Herricks, 206 Ridge View, Victoria, Tx. Can you check on this matter. Thank

Asked by: None
You will need to contact Customer Service at 1-800-848-8358 and they can help you with your order.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-08-21

When do you think these will be off backorder? What would I tip these for stiff flex for a set of irons? Thanks

Asked by: slmealor
the Multi-Step R/S shafts are due i August 11th. We are working on trying to get them here sooner. For S flex, you would trim 3" from the tip for a 3 iron, 3.5" for the 4, 4" for the 5, 4.5" for the 6, 5" for the 7, 5.5" for 8, 6" for the 9, and 6.25" for the Wedge. After tip trimming and installation, you would trim to final playing length from the butt end.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2017-07-14

What shaft is comparable to the TT speedstep

Asked by: TLew
The closet replacement we would have in weight and playing characteristics would be the True Temper XP95 (TT0113).
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-05-15

I built a set of irons for my son using xp95 R flex shafts in the fall. The problem is his ball flight is to low would the TT Multi step or Score LT be better?

Asked by: Billy
They are all classified as high trajectory shafts. The Multi-Step and the Score LT are 20 grams heavier, which will affect the feel of the club. The Multi Step has the softest tip section, but the Score LT has the weakest overall flex profile of the three. It would be difficult to say if the trajectory would be noticeably affected, based on comparing the overall profiles. Going to an A flex, one flex softer than the R, might be necessary for the shaft to have a noticeable affect on the trajectory. The Multi - Step would be the only option of the 3 with an A flex option.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2017-04-06

I have AP2 irons wanting to hit higher and longer they are stiff .

Asked by: redrider
The AP2 irons use a .355" taper tip shaft and the Multi-Step shafts are only available in a .370" parallel tip shaft which is to large to fit the Titleist irons. Your AP2 iron hosel bores would have to be reamed or rebored to accept a .370" shaft to be able to use the Multi-Step shafts. Possibly a shaft like the True Temper XP95 (TT0101) which is a .355" taper tip and designed to create a high ball flight could be a good choice.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-02-14

Can't remember. Been a while since I've reshafted a club. Do your shafts come with the trim instructions?  Also, if I have you trim them, is that price per shaft. 

Asked by: Swampfox
Yes we send trimming instructions with the shafts. If you have use trim the shafts. If we do tip and butt trimming the cost is $4.95 per shaft. If you just want the tip prepped which would include trimming and sanding the tip that is $2.95 per shaft. At this link if you scroll down the page you will see a specification chart for these shafts and you will see the Trim Codes. http://www.golfworks.com/true-temper-multi-step-lite-steel-iron-shafts/p/TT0061/ You will find the trimming instructions at this link. http://www.golfworks.com/images/art/shaft_trim_inst.pdf
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-01-17

WHAT TRUE TEMPER IRON SHAFT REG FLEX WOULD BE GOOD FOR TAYLORMADE 2.0 IRONS OR WHAT GRAPHITE SHAFT WOULD WORK FOR 2.0 IRONS?

Asked by: BOB
You could use any .370" tip diameter shaft, steel or graphite for the Taylor Made 2.0 irons and they could all match well with the irons but if we had some information on what you need the shafts to do for you we could give you some more specific recommendations. You can use or MPF Shaft Fitting Program to help with your choice. http://www.golfworks.com/mpf-shaft-fitting-worksheet/a/496/
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-11-08
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