True Temper TT Lite XL  Steel Iron Shafts

True Temper TT Lite XL Steel Iron Shafts


R 40.0 (#1) - .355 tip (113g) 3B2M
$10.99
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R 39.5 (#2) - .355 tip (113g) 3B2M
$10.99
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R 39.0 (#3) - .355 tip (113g) 3B2M
$10.99
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R 38.5 (#4) - .355 tip (113g) 3B2M
$10.99
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R 38.0 (#5) - .355 tip (113g) 3B2M
$10.99
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R 37.5 (#6) - .355 tip (113g) 3B2M
$10.99
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R 37.0 (#7) - .355 tip (113g) 3B2M
$10.99
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R 36.5 (#8) - .355 tip (113g) 3B2M
$10.99
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R 36.0 (#9,PW,SW,LW) - .355 tip (113g) 3B2M
$10.99
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S 40.0 (#1) - .355 tip (118g) 4B2M
$10.99
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S 39.5 (#2) - .355 tip (118g) 4B2M
$10.99
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S 39.0 (#3) - .355 tip (118g) 4B2M
$10.99
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S 38.5 (#4) - .355 tip (118g) 4B2M
$10.99
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S 38.0 (#5) - .355 tip (118g) 4B2M
$10.99
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S 37.5 (#6) - .355 tip (118g) 4B2M
$10.99
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S 37.0 (#7) - .355 tip (118g) 4B2M
$10.99
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S 36.5 (#8) - .355 tip (118g) 4B2M
$10.99
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S 36.0 (#9,PW,SW,LW) - .355 tip (118g) 4B2M
$10.99
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Pureing 
1-3 $19.50
4+ $17.50
Tip & Butt Trimming
$4.95
Tip Prepping
$2.95
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Product Name
Price
Qty
R TT Lite XL #3-PW .355 Tapered Set
$87.92
S TT Lite XL #3-PW .355 Tapered Set
$87.92

True Temper TT Lite XL Steel Iron Shafts

The True Temper TT Lite XL steel iron shaft is a great choice for any bore-through iron head.

Features:
  • The mid-flex, longer length design can be built substantially longer than "standard length" without requiring a butt extension

Trimming Instructions

True Temper TT Lite XL Steel Iron Shafts is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent for Ping re-shaft I have reshafted 2 sets of Ping irons with the TT lite xl tapered tip shafts. Playability is excellent and the price is outstanding. If price were no issue, I'd have tried the new XP series iron shafts, but these work well enough. Ball trajectory is mid flight and distance is repeatable and reliable. There is no excess spin in the wedges and there is no trouble getting the proper long iron trajectory. There is no extra yardage built into these shafts, but in my most recent build, I soft stepped the Ping ISIs by one shaft. Trajectory is a bit better and the ball comes off the club softer and with excellent control. The ISIs with the original JZ stiff cushion shaft were just too unpleasant and too much work. They now play great.
Date published: 2014-09-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Tried and Trusted shaft I guess a shaft which has been around 30(?) years must have something going for it. I used these 20 yrs ago with some success. Recently I experimented with PXi 5.5 in my irons but couldn't get any consistency with them. I pulled these and replaced them with TT Lite Reg and I just love them. Ball launches medium traj but doesn't balloon and I hit them just as far as the Pxi which cost 4 times as much. Sounds trite but forget brands and try to find the shaft that suits you. (For reference, I am 62 and swing speed is around 83mph with a 6-iron. I have a mid release. My index floats between 1.0 and 2.0 and I have had to concede that I can no longer use stiff flex. TT Lite Reg is about med-stiff anyway.
Date published: 2015-12-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Feels Good Bought about a month ago. Put it in a pitching wedge and it seems to be great.
Date published: 2016-01-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Th life steel iron shafts Used for two wedges I found and love the feel of both..
Date published: 2017-05-17
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Hello, TT Lite XL R is similar in stiffness to DG S300. If I soft-step the TT Lite XL R 1 club will it be stiffer or closer in stiffness to DG Regular300? Thank you.

Asked by: Geoff
You have to soft step 2 clubs to change the shaft by a half a flex so the TT Lite XL would still test stiffer then the DG R300.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-06-09

Weight?

Asked by: John
The R flex is 113 grams and the S flex is 118 grams. At this link if you scroll down the page to the specifications box you can see all the specifications for these shafts. https://www.golfworks.com/true-temper-tt-lite-xl-steel-iron-shafts/p/2XLI/
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-05-26

can I get these untrimmed. I will cut them longer for my height.

Asked by: charlie
We ship the shafts uncut unless you request that we cut them.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-05-26

Are the shafts all the same flex or are some regular and some stiff?

Asked by: Tom
The 2XLI is available in both R and S flexes. You can purchase them in either flex.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-05-15

does this shaft come in .370 tip

Asked by: lar
Yes, the code for the .370" tip size is UTXLIC. Here is the link. https://www.golfworks.com/true-temper-tt-lite-xl-parallel-iron-shafts/p/UTXLIC/
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-04-11

what shaft goes on tommy armour pw

Asked by: dave
It depends on which model of Tommy Armour PW you have. Some of the Tommy Armour models use a .355" taper tip and others use a .370" parallel tip shaft. If you can tell me which model you have there is a good chance I can tell you which shaft will be a good replacement.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-04-03

if i have the regular flex can I hard step these shafts to get in between R/S?

Asked by: manny
You would have to hard step 2 clubs to create a flex between the R and S flexes. With the raw lengths of these shafts they may not be long enough to allow you to do that. The type of irons you have could also be a factor in how this will work.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-03-29

Can these be used for re-shafting Callaway X-18 through-bore irons?

Asked by: Ravi
Yes the TT LIte XL iron shafts (UTXLIC) will work well with the Callaway X-18 bore though irons. You will need to cut the slits in the shaft tips the same way Callaway did with the stock shafts so that the .370" tip shaft will compress down to .350" and go through the bottom of the clubhead. You will also need the Bore Through Shaft Pins (BTSPG) to fill the holes in the shafts where they come through the bottom. The BB9003 would be the ferrule for these irons.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-03-27
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