Who Makes Affinity Golf Clubs? — (and What Happened to Affinity?)

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Most of us know about the major brand name club manufacturers in golf. Do you ever wonder who makes clubs that are not household names like Affinity Golf Clubs?

Tell Me More Golf and our research team had to dig deep to bring you the best information on these unique clubs.

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Who Is Affinity Golf Owned By?

Affinity Golf Clubs were made by King Par Corporation. King Par has no website but they do have a 25,000-square-foot store in Flint, Michigan. King Par did not just make Affinity; they also made Knight Golf, Fortune, Strategy, and Intech accessories.

King Par Golf Corporation has gone bankrupt.

If you are looking for a brand new set of irons or a full golf club set, it is going to be challenging because King Par Golf filed for bankruptcy in 2016 and stopped making all of the brands that were once part of their portfolio.


Because the clubs are no longer made, many of the sets you will find are used or new but older. Finding a full set is a challenge but not impossible. For a full set of irons, you are looking at shelling out a couple hundred dollars. If you add in a driver, fairway wood, wedges, and a putter you are looking at spending about $300 for a complete golf club set.

$300 for a complete set.

In a time where Callaway, Taylormade, and other household names are charging thousands for a new set, Affinity might be worth a look if you are a beginner or do not take the sport quite as seriously as some golfers. Interesting to note that, in my research, I found several left-handed options should you call yourself a southpaw and want a reasonably priced set.

There is a big difference between the price of a set of Affinity Clubs versus Callaway or Titleist for example, but this is mainly because King Par was trying to capture the golf audience that is looking to minimize the impact on their wallets.


Where Can You Buy Affinity Golf Clubs?

Simply finding Affinity Golf Clubs that are right for you is probably the biggest challenge you will face. Tell Me More Golf tried multiple search angles and was able to find three main places to purchase Affinity Clubs. The first is eBay, which offers mostly used sets and individual clubs like a pitching wedge for $25.

Sites like Amazon has some clubs from Affinity but you would need to dig deep to find a full set.

The third place(s) are random specialty golf stores that hang onto sets. For right-handed golfers who want graphite shafts in their clubs at a reasonable price, do not be afraid to at least take a look at this brand.

While scouring golf forums for as much information about Affinity Clubs, I found that many people were familiar with the brand and had positive things to say about the clubs.

Where Are Affinity Golf Clubs Manufactured?

Affinity Golf Clubs were made in Michigan. As we mentioned, the company went out of business in 2016 so these clubs are no longer being manufactured.

This should not necessarily be a deterrent as many reviews state that these clubs come with a golf bag and are very durable. As far as golf equipment is concerned, you can find options in regular flex graphite or even senior flex. While they also made the standard steel shafts, it is always nice to know that you still have options.

As we have mentioned in previous articles, graphite can be a good option if you are a beginner, junior, or senior player looking for lighter-weight golf clubs. For many options, a cart bag is included so you just need to buy golf balls and head covers. In addition, their clubs are cavity-back golf irons to provide the forgiveness that new golfers and high-handicappers need.

Conclusion: Research by Tellmemoregolf.com

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Tell Me More Golf strives to bring our loyal audience information from all corners of the golf world. Affinity Golf Clubs and the parent company King Par Corporation are not well known, especially given that they are no longer in business.

However, this does not diminish the quality of the clubs. Reviews from players are consistently positive but at this point, the clubs are over five years old so there is going to be a lack of technological advancements that we see in the more well-known brands.

Companies like Callaway Golf, Titleist, Cobra, and Srixon are the standard by which most people judge club quality. It is fair to say that Affinity is not going to stack up to any of these club companies. But, if you are on a budget or just starting, it won’t hurt to review Affinity.


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