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Ping i10 VS Ping G10

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shotstop_10    0
Which one would you buy if you could? I am having a hard time desiding between the two. I went and was fitted for both but since then I have changed my swing and I am hitting the ball alot better than I did. So any help would be greatful.

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907golfer12    0
Which one would you buy if you could? I am having a hard time desiding between the two. I went and was fitted for both but since then I have changed my swing and I am hitting the ball alot better than I did. So any help would be greatful.

I just did the same thing you did, and went with the i10's. The thing that made the difference for me is that I really have fun working on working the ball, changing the trajectory, and the i10's helped me do that better. Also I am a really solid irons player, and so I can hit the i10's well. But if your aren't good with your irons, or you are not worried about messing with shot shape and trajectory then it doesn't really matter which ones you get, so if you like the fell to the G10's then get them, or vice versa.

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hawkeye    0
I'd go with the i10's - smaller head, greater playability, less offset, thinner topline. They are quite similer to my own Pings too - I might have gone for these had they been out when I got mine. A friend just got the G10's and loves them - he plays off 22 and isn't a great ballstriker. They seem to suit him, very forgiving.

If you're off 10 and are getting better - maybe the i10's are the better choice. G10's are game improvers for higher handicaps, generally.

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johnnyb588    0
I would go with the i's. However, if I were looking for a Ping set of irons, I would look in the direction of the i3's over anything else they have available. Also, I think the Eye2's are better clubs. "Newer" technology doesn't always mean better. If you haven't tried some of Ping's other sets, I would check them out before making your purchase. If you have tried them out and you prefer the i10's and G10's, then I would recommend the i10's.

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