each set is half hour away from each other, both in residential areas, so a swing easy, hitting some balls, not so easy.
The g5's have jumbo grips, which i would change straight away. So more than likely the i10's will feel better in the hand, but might change after new grips.
Both sets I can get cheap ($200 or g5 and $250 for i10) I'm just not sure about the curve of technology, as in forgivness improving, so something that is at the low end of the scale for forgiveness now would be just as forgiving as a iron that was forgiving 20 years ago.
hope I'm making sense.
I know that each player is going to have a different feel with every club out there, some will find different clubs easy or hard.
just really want to know in terms of general forgivness, how far have irons come in the past 15 years. If its a long way, id prob take the risk with the i10's.
Just 80% of things ive read say i10's are better for a low h/c, g series are better for higher h/c, but really thats compared current models, not a current model against something 20 years old.