Are True Temper shafts good?

Are True Temper shafts good?

Overall: We think this shaft will be a great alternative to heavy graphite shafts as the shaft launches higher than most in this weight category and has great feel. For those players that struggle getting the ball in the air with today’s low lofted irons or hybrids, this will be a good option!

What is XP shaft?

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. XP 95 is a ultralight shaft (95g) designed to delivers maximum peak trajectory for explosive distance.

Who uses True Temper shafts?

Every week on the PGA Tour, about 70 percent of the players in the field use True Temper steel shafts in their irons. The company’s Dynamic Gold models that dominate the counts are used by Tiger Woods, Justin Thomas, Brooks Koepka and a host of others.

Where are True Temper shafts manufactured?

Amory, Mississippi
True Temper’s corporate headquarters is located in Memphis, Tennessee, USA. Every steel shaft bearing the True Temper name is produced in their steel manufacturing facility in Amory, Mississippi, USA. This 325,000 square foot facility was opened in 1965.

What is the difference between True Temper S300 and S400?

With S300 acting as the “standard” stiff flex, anything that comes in over or below 130 grams is deemed to be a lighter (S200) or heavier (S400) version.

Should wedge shafts be stiffer?

Who Should Play With Stiff Flex In Their Wedges And Why? Golfers with faster swings are best suited to stiff flex shafts. Any softer flex shafts may cause you to sky shots, and obtain greater levels of spin than you desire.

What is a stepless golf shaft?

“Stepless is a one-piece shaft,” he said. “The taper rate and wall thickness determine flex characteristics. So you look at a guy like McIlroy; he loves Project X because he doesn’t want to feel anything dynamically in the shaft. He wants it to be a one-piece feeling without the load and release.

What flex shafts do PGA players use?

True Temper golf shafts are the most used among the top 100 players on the PGA Tour making up close to 50% of the shafts played with.

Who owns True Temper Sports?

President/CEO, True Temper Sports Inc.

Does True Temper make Rifle shafts?

The Rifle Iron Shaft from True Temper is manufactured using a proprietary process that utilizes internal rifling, which produces a highly consistent shaft that transfers more energy from player to ball than a conventional stepped shaft.

What are Your True Temper xp115 S300 reviews?

True Temper XP115 S300 Reviews? True Temper XP115 S300 Reviews? I am considering putting these shafts in a new set of Ping iblades and was wondering what I can expect. I am a relatively low ball hitter with a steep swing so my fitter recommended this shaft to help get a higher ballflight.

What is the True Temper XP step pattern?

The True Temper XP uses a dual step pattern. Longer steps near the butt of the shaft, shorter steps closer to the tip. The longer steps. smaller changes in diameter per step, are called speed steps by True Temper. The shorter steps create a quicker loss of stiffness in the shaft as it gets closer to the tip.

What is the difference between Nippon 1150 GH stiff and XP 115?

Nippon 1150 GH Stiff…. Basically the same shafts as the XP 115 S300 115 gram, stiff shafts, the Nippon play a tad softer and get up in the air a little fast and hold the peak. The XP115 have a little more of an increase curve so its more of a preference of ball flight.

Should you upgrade to XP 115 shafts?

Enter the XP 115, which falls into the perfect “in-between” weight to make the going lightweight a bit easier. The results of making a switch can be really amazing. Robot and player testing have shown an average of six to eight yards of improved carry distance, and even double-digit yardage gains, when irons are upgraded to XP shafts.