True Temper XP105 .355" Steel Iron Shafts

True Temper XP105 .355" Steel Iron Shafts


R3 40.5 (#2) - .355 tip (100g) 3B3H
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R3 40.0 (#3) - .355 tip (100g) 3B3H
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R3 39.5 (#4) - .355 tip (100g) 3B3H
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R3 39.0 (#5) - .355 tip (100g) 3B3H
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R3 38.5 (#6) - .355 tip (100g) 3B3H
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R3 38.0 (#7) - .355 tip (100g) 3B3H
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R3 37.5 (#8) - .355 tip (100g) 3B3H
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R3 37.0 (#9) - .355 tip (100g) 3B3H
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R3 36.5 (PW,SW,LW) - .355 tip (100g) 3B3H
$26.99
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S3 40.5 (#2) - .355 tip (101g) 4B3H
$26.99
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S3 40.0 (#3) - .355 tip (101g) 4B3H
$26.99
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S3 39.5 (#4) - .355 tip (101g) 4B3H
$26.99
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S3 39.0 (#5) - .355 tip (101g) 4B3H
$26.99
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S3 38.5 (#6) - .355 tip (101g) 4B3H
$26.99
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S3 38.0 (#7) - .355 tip (101g) 4B3H
$26.99
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S3 37.5 (#8) - .355 tip (101g) 4B3H
$26.99
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S3 37.0 (#9) - .355 tip (101g) 4B3H
$26.99
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S3 36.5 (PW,SW,LW) - .355 tip (101g) 4B3H
$26.99
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Pureing 
1-3 $19.50
4+ $17.50
Tip & Butt Trimming
$4.95
Tip Prepping
$2.95

True Temper XP105 .355" Steel Iron Shafts

The new XP Series brings your game inside the ropes by delivering explosive power and distance to every iron in the bag. Robot and player testing has shown an average of 6-8 yards improvement in carry distance with many players seeing double-digit yardage gains. Featuring optimized trajectory in a superlight weight design, the XP shafts are engineered to be the longest and most forgiving steel iron shafts in the game today.

Features:
  • XP105 has an additional 10 grams of weight compared to the XP95, making it a great option for slightly faster tempo swings.
  • Combines standard and speed steps to ensure the ultimate combination of maximum ball speed and dispersion control.

Trimming Instructions

XP Spec sheet

True Temper Dynamic Gold XP105 Steel Iron Shafts is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from XP 105 I have a set of Titleist 695 irons that had DG S300 shafts in them. They were too heavy @56 years old. So I ordered the XP 105 S300 shafts to replace them with. I am very pleased with the higher ball flight and the roll out after hitting the ground. The soft feel off the club face now pleases the elbows and lower back. The are a little pricy, but are well worth it.
Date published: 2015-10-26
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I've narrowed my new iron shaft selection down to an XP 95 R and an XP 105 R. They perform very similar on the launch monitor. Would you recommend one over the other? What are the advantages and disadvantages of each shaft?

Asked by: Randy
Shaft weight is the biggest difference in these two shafts. If you have a smooth tempo the 95 should be just fine and as I like to say will help keep you as good playing the 18th hole as you were on the first hole compared to the heavier shaft. Unless that is not an issue. I was always taught that the club should be just heavy enough to help me maintain pace and timing of my swing. If it gets to light you have to control the pace and timing by yourself, which we can do on our good days but on the bad days it will be much harder to control. Golf is a game of misses and which one is going to make your missed shots more playable?
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-02-13

If these TT XP 105 shafts(S3) were used to replace the TT Dyn. Gold S300 in my irons that are swing weighted at D2.5, what would the new swing weight be and could I achieve a desired SW of D0 with a weight kit and if so which kit would I order? Grip=48g.

Asked by: Smitty
The swingweight might drop 1 to 1.5 swingweights. Generally a 9 gram change of shaft weight will change a club 1 swingweight assuming the balance points of the shafts are the same, and these are very close. Which irons are you referring to?
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-01-30

Hi, I currently have a TM MC irons with Dynamic Gold XP R300 Shafts, these shafts are not produced anymore. Im looking to build a new set with Titleist AP2 irons, wondering which XP (95, 105, 115) would be the closest to the one´s I currently have. Thank 

Asked by: Ideophonic
The Dynamic Gold XP R300 was listed as a 110 gram weight shaft and designed to create a mid ball flight. The XP115 R300 is listed at 114 grams and a mid ball flight. It should come the closest to the DG XP.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-01-30

Just purchased a set of xp105 shafts . Should they be trimmed at the tipped end to customize length or should they be trimmed at the butt end to set length ?

Asked by: Bob68
XP105 shafts are a butt cut only shaft. You do not tip trim it at all.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-01-06

I see the XP105 has no 0.370 para tip version. The R300 version of this shaft has the features I want. What other shaft would be closest fit to this? (I am 63, 1.5 index and carry 7 iron 155y. Now using DGSL S300, soft-stepped but feels too firm now).

Asked by: Johnno
As was mentioned in the other answer you can shim the XP 105 shafts to fit the .370" hosel bore. We have our SHIMT which works well for this assembly. http://www.golfworks.com/the-golfworks-brass-adaptor-shims/p/SHIM/ Another shaft option in a 105 weight range could be the KBS Tour 105 (FS0045) which is a .370" tip size shaft. These shafts have similar playing characteristics as the XP 105 shafts. http://www.golfworks.com/kbs-tour-105-steel-iron-shafts/p/FS0045/
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-01-04

I have a set of Ping G10 AWT Regular Flex Irons. I'm looking for replacement shafts in a senior flex and would like to add +.5" above standard in length. Any suggestions?

Asked by: Moose54
True Temper does not make the XP 105 or any of the XP Series shafts in a senior flex. For the Ping G10 irons you also need a .355" taper tip shaft. The only steel .355" taper tip senior flex shafts that we have are the Nippon N.S. Pro 8950GH (NP0005) and the N.S. Pro Zelos 7 (NP0014). In graphite shafts we have the Aerotech SteelFiber 70CW (AT0020IE) and the Paderson Kinetixx TS-I Trajectory (Pk0105). These 4 shafts are the only .355" taper tip senior flex shafts that we have. They all could work in the Ping G30 irons.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-12-30

Will these shafts fit Cobra fly Z irons?

Asked by: james
The Fly Z Pro and Fly Z Forged irons use the .355" taper tip XP105 TT0102. Some of the Fly Z models use a .370" parallel tip shaft and you would need to use a shim to make these shafts fit properly. Our SHIMT works well for this assembly. http://www.golfworks.com/the-golfworks-brass-adaptor-shims/p/SHIM/
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-12-15

Switching from 120 gm shafts to 101 gm shafts would a 4 gm tip weight bring the swing weight close.

Asked by: Big mike
Assuming the balance points of the 120 gram weight shaft and 101 gram weight shafts are the same then 4 grams should keep the swingweight close. Shafts like the KBS shafts have a higher balance point and will lighten a swingweight compared to a Dynamic Gold shaft even though the shaft weights might be similar.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-02-26
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