True Temper Multi-Step Lite 0.370" Parallel Tip Steel Iron Golf Shaft - All Questions

True Temper Multi-Step Lite Steel shaft
True Temper Multi-Step Lite 0.370" Parallel Tip Steel Iron Golf Shaft
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I see the weight is listed at 125 grams. How do I know how much the trimmed weight will be for each club? About how many grams per inch trimmed?
Question by: Ryan Kilpatrick on Oct 24, 2014, 7:26 AM

Take the weight (125) and divide by the raw length (42) and that will give you a rough estimate of how much weight will be lost per inch or in this case 3g.
Answer by: Richard Lin on Oct 25, 2014, 7:10 AM
I am a senior(83) and everything is slowing down--- I am currently swinging Impex irons with TT Lite shafts cut to regular stiffness. Will a TT Lite steel Senior shaft help and will I gain much with the later club heads technology?
Question by: Dick Ferguson on Feb 9, 2015, 8:49 AM

They no longer make the TT Lite A-flex. The Multi-Step Lite would be the next closest shaft. The A-flex is about the same weight as you are using now, but will be much more flexible and will launch the ball higher with all else being equal. This may work well with some of the stronger lofted irons today to help gain more distance. A flex is fine if you are slowing down assuming that your swing is not short and quick.
Answer by: Richard Lin on Feb 10, 2015, 8:02 AM
If I want the flex to be "Regular" I only trim from the butt end/grip correct and no trimming from/off the tip ?
Question by: Jason on May 25, 2015, 4:18 AM

The recommend tip trimming for R-flex is the following table:

After which you would butt trim to your final length.
Answer by: Richard Lin on May 26, 2015, 4:05 AM

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