The G10 driver comes in a graphite or steel shaft, whereas the Rapture driver comes in two separate types of graphite shafts. The G10 series also offers a wider variety of options as far as wood numbers and degrees of loft. Generally, the Rapture series clubs are more expensive than the G10.
Both clubs offer a variety of clubs within the series to choose from (drivers, fairway woods, hybrids and irons). Both have similar specifications when it comes to each individual club within the series, such as the drivers, which are both made with the same titanium metal and have the same sized club head (460cc). Both sets of irons are constructed with the finest cast iron and full sets include every iron from three to nine and a pitching wedge.
Like everything when it comes to golf equipment, it is a matter of public opinion when deciding between the two. Golfers who are looking for more forgiveness and help should probably use the G10 series.