Camilo Villegas at Torrey Pines today can a little biscuit in his bag. Looks a little different than the typical R11 irons you see out in retail. Darker finish and new lines. Looks like either a version “b” head of the R11 or possibly a new early look at the next generation.

For some of the newbies… TMag is notorious for developing alternative versions of thier equipment to attempt to better the performance, look or feel a player is looking for.

Let the speculation begin.

Click here to see more photos and read the discussion in the forums.

Here are a few images. We will update with some better close up soon.

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  1. I was trying to track down a set of the RBZ type B irons that he had last year too no avail and I will try to find a set of these. I swear TMAG’s best stuff is tour issue only.It would be nice to see a limited run of this stuff