Rubber lacrosse ball
Old lacrosse shaft (or similar length PVC pipe)
FOR THE MAIN HEAD: 3+ inches in diameter PVC pipe, at least 7 inches long
Small stretchy sock
Thin Bendable PVC 12+ inches long (or thick wire)
PVC joint fitted to bottom of shaft
OPTIONAL: Screw-able PVC inserts to make the holes smaller and more challenging.
The build for this is pretty simple, it is mostly a matter of drilling holes large enough in the PVC to fit each respective component. However if you do miscalculate and the hole happens to be too big, a good trick is to wrap the shaft in duct tape until it fits snugly into the PVC. I started by drilling a hold in the bottom joint and then twisting it on. Then I drilled into the main head PVC through both the bottom and the top, and stuck the shaft ALL THE WAY THROUGH. This is an important step, otherwise you will have a shaky head. I then screwed one tip of the thin PVC on the back of the main head and bent it so the other tip could be screwed on adjacently. Finally I wrapped the sock around the thin PVC skeleton and the project was complete! I use a rubber lacrosse ball as the ball.