Look: Woods spotted with 'TGR' prototype irons at clinic

Tiger Woods is back swinging a golf club, and now we've got images of what the 41-year-old has been using to hit balls.

The 14-time major champion participated in his Tiger Woods Invitational clinic at Monterey Peninsula Country Club earlier this week, and the club's director of instruction, Kevin Roman, snapped a picture of Woods' equipment.

The bag contains a couple of older Nike wedges, two previous TaylorMade iron models, and a set of prototype blades with his "TGR" logo stamped on the back of the iron.

Tiger's swing videos aren't the only things buzzing on the internet. What's in his bag is quite interesting, too.

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Woods signed a multi-year deal with TaylorMade in January to play their woods, irons, and wedges.

Look: Woods spotted with 'TGR' prototype irons at clinic
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