Jody Demling of The Courier-Journal reports that Alice Cooper will join Fuzzy Zoeller, along with John Daly, Lee Trevino and Indiana University men's basketball coach Kelvin Sampson in Monday's portion of the Wolf Challenge at Covered Bridge Golf Club in Sellersburg, Indiana.
Cooper, whose illustrious career as a singer, songwriter and musician spans four decades, has played in the Magnolia Health Systems Wolf Challenge before but never in the Monday portion alongside Zoeller in the featured group.
"It should be a lot of fun," Zoeller said. "I'm glad I have friends."
The 11th annual Wolf Challenge will begin Sunday with a pro-am tournament. Among the celebrities scheduled to play that day are Vince Coleman, Dan Jansen, Tony Rice, Oliver Miller, Dave Ragone and Donnie Most.
Tickets are $25 for one day or $40 for both days. Tickets can be purchased by going to www.fuzwolf.com or by calling (812) 246-8200.
Read more at The Courier-Journal.
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