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Anyone make their own "Sensicore" inserts?

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tpcollins    0

I saw online where someone took a McDonald's plastic straw, wrapped some thin foam around it, and then pushed it down the butt end of the shaft - similar it to the Sensicore inserts Golfsmith offers. Doesn't seem to difficult to make.

http://www.golfsmith.com/product/30028716/true-temper-sensicore-inserts-8-pack

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TourSpoon    180

My first thought is that someone has too much time on their hands. I am not going to put a McDonald's straw with some pipe cleaners around it down any of my shafts to save a few bucks.

Where is Shorty on this one?

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TourSpoon    180
Originally Posted by tpcollins

Well, I am retired.  If I don't keep myself busy, my wife will find something for me to  do . . .

I get it. I was more thinking about the guy who made the initial discovery. Don't get me wrong, I love to tinker with my equipment, but this is one area I never thought of. I will stick to grips, lofts and lies.

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Shorty    567
Originally Posted by TourSpoon

Where is Shorty on this one?

Well the obvious response to the OP is "Why would you bother?" :-)

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WUTiger    453

I read somewhere about using strands of insulation to make Sensicore-style inserts. I was unable to find the link.

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dbwood    2
Originally Posted by WUTiger

I read somewhere about using strands of insulation to make Sensicore-style inserts. I was unable to find the link.

http://www.homedepot.com/p/t/100165680?langId=-1&storeId;=10051&catalogId;=10053&N;=5yc1v&R;=100165680#.UcecGRaz5FI

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