True Temper XP95 .355" Steel Iron Shafts

True Temper XP95 .355" Steel Iron Shafts


R300, 40.0 (#3 Iron) - .355 tip (93g) 3B3H
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R300, 39.5 (#4 Iron) - .355 tip (93g) 3B3H
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R300, 39.0 (#5 Iron) - .355 tip (93g) 3B3H
$26.99
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R300, 38.5 (#6 Iron) - .355 tip (93g) 3B3H
$26.99
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R300, 38.0 (#7 Iron) - .355 tip (93g) 3B3H
$26.99
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R300, 37.5 (#8 Iron) - .355 tip (93g) 3B3H
$26.99
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R300, 37.0 (#9 Iron) - .355 tip (93g) 3B3H
$26.99
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R300, 36.5 (Wedge) - .355 tip (93g) 3B3H
$26.99
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S300, 40.0 (#3 Iron) - .355 tip (95g) 4B3H
$26.99
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S300, 39.5 (#4 Iron) - .355 tip (95g) 4B3H
$26.99
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S300, 39.0 (#5 Iron) - .355 tip (95g) 4B3H
$26.99
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S300, 38.5 (#6 Iron) - .355 tip (95g) 4B3H
$26.99
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S300, 38.0 (#7 Iron) - .355 tip (95g) 4B3H
$26.99
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S300, 37.5 (#8 iIron) - .355 tip (95g) 4B3H
$26.99
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S300, 37.0 (#9 Iron) - .355 tip (95g) 4B3H
$26.99
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S300, 36.5 (Wedge) - .355 tip (95g) 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 XP95 .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:
  • XP95 is an Ultralight shaft (95g) designed to deliver maximum peak trajectory for explosive distance
  • 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 XP95 Steel Iron Shafts is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 13.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from good feel I received these 2 weeks and resifted AP1 irons. much lighter with good feel at impact. Did not balloon but was a nice high trajectory.
Date published: 2015-08-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Supplier Bought xp95 shafts for old Ping i10 irons. Rejuvenated them!
Date published: 2015-12-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great shafts! I bought these a month ago. I previously had the XP 105 in my clubs. I think these XP 95 are a little lighter.....my swing weight for each club went down 1 to 2 swing weights so I am able to swing the club a little quicker and more consistently now. Also the XP 95 has a little higher ball flight which is what I was looking for....easy to order and put together. Very happy.
Date published: 2016-01-30
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Overstated Claims of Distance Gains I have now used the XP95 and the XP90 is several sets of irons. The shafts have a soft feel but launch the ball well. I did not see any increase in distance over other iron shafts. In fact, I'm currently using AMT True Temper shafts in my MB-T irons and see a very acceptable increase in distance but much more feel on all shots. These shafts also hit the ball much straighter which is a huge advantage over the XP series. Everyone is different so much of these advantages for me may be different with different swings.
Date published: 2016-05-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Higher flight I've played them for a month in my 5 iron - PW, and couldn't be happier. My swing speed with driver is around 85 mph, and I was looking for more height and distance with the irons. These shafts have performed as advertised.
Date published: 2015-05-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great shafts! I switch from KBS tour shafts to the XP95's and couldn't be more pleased with the performance. Put these shafts in my Titleist CB's and haven't looked back.
Date published: 2016-01-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent performing shaft. Another winner for True Temper! Great feel with great performance!
Date published: 2015-06-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from True temper xp95 shaft I ended up having to buy 2 since after installing the first one it was the wrong flex. I ordered stiff and they sent regular, But since I already tip prepped the shaft they wouldn't take it back. So I ordered a second one and got the right flex.
Date published: 2016-09-15
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I am 42 and a scratch. I have been playing Hogan Apex with the Apex 5 shaft for 15 years. I have lost some speed and play much less. I am getting a new set of TM PSI Tour irons and have no idea what shafts to get. Any suggestions? Quick tempo swing.

Asked by: AndyB
The old Apex shafts were approximately a 118 gram weight shaft. The XP95, Nippon N.S. Pro 950GH (NP0012) and KBS Tour 90 (FS0023) are all very popular 90 gram weight steel shafts that could work in the Apex irons. At these links you can scroll down the page to see the specifications for all these shafts. https://www.golfworks.com/true-temper-xp95-steel-iron-shafts/p/TT0101/ https://www.golfworks.com/nippon-pro-950gh-taper-tip-steel-shafts/p/NP0012/ https://www.golfworks.com/kbs-tour-90-taper-tip-steel-iron-shafts/p/FS0023/
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-02-23

I've always played the original s300 shafts. The Taylormade M2 Tour irons I have came with the xp95 shafts. The heads of these clubs are heavier and the shafts are lighter than what I've used before. clubs are very inconsistent. What can I do to improve?

Asked by: JLA0110
The stock lengths on the 4,5 and 6 iron are longer than industry average standard, and the balance of the set are right at industry average standard. With a swing weight of D2-D3 throughout the set, I do not believe the heads are heavier than standard. I think with the lighter shafts and a lighter overall weight, the heads are a higher percentage of the overall weight of the club, which can make them feel a little heavier. If you re-shafted with DG S300 shafts at standard length throughout the set, the swing weights should stay approximately the same, but the the clubs will probably feel less head heavy. That being said, the playing characteristics of the XP95 (higher trajectory) than the DG S300 (low trajectory) are quite different. So, there is a trade off. You could put heavier grips on to counterbalance to reduce the head weight feel, but you do increase the overall weight of the club. Some feel counterbalancing makes the clubs easier to swing on plane, thus making them more consistent. You might need to try just one club to see if it makes a difference.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2017-02-17

I was just fitted. The XP 105 R and the XP95 R were a virtual tie. What are the advantages of each? The disadvantages? What should be the deciding factor in making my choice?

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

what is the difference between the steel true temper speed step 80 and the steel true temper XP 95

Asked by: bill
The Speed Step 80 is a shaft that True Temper makes for Callaway. It is listed as 88 grams on the R flex and 89 grams on the S flex. This is lighter then the XP95. The playing characteristics would be similar and the XP95 would be a shaft I would recommend as a replacement for the Speed Step 80.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-02-07

I am using Callaway Apex.... I would like to know if these clubs are .355 or .370.

Asked by: El_Fab1
It can depend on which model Apex irons you have and if they originally came with steel or graphite shafts. The original Apex irons were a .355" taper tip with steel and .370" parallel tip with graphite. Apex Pro irons are .355" taper tip. Apex CF 16 irons are .370" parallel tips and Apex CF Pro Irons are .355" taper tip.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-01-24

Thinking of putting TT XP-95 shafts in a set of Adams CB2 irons. Not sure .355 taper or .370 shaft is needed. What size ferrule will I need to order also.

Asked by: Tx2St
The Adams CB2 irons use a .370" tip diameter shaft. You can use any of the .370" ferrules.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-01-19

Can you confirm that 355 tip will fit Mizuno MP 53?

Asked by: Dino
Yes the Mizuno MP 53 irons use a .355" taper tip shaft size.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-01-12

Looking for a .370 parallel 7 iron shaft. Do you have one?

Asked by: tve
The XP 95 .370" parallel tip shafts is code TT0113. http://www.golfworks.com/true-temper-dynamic-gold-xp95-steel-iron-shafts/p/TT0113/
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-12-27
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