New Zealand Golfer Gets Tips From ALICE COOPER

Scott Kara of The New Zealand Herald reports: New Zealand golfer Michael Campbell has been getting tips from original shock rocker Alice Cooper, better known for his macabre blood-and-guts stage show.

The 2005 U.S. Open winner's form has been going through a long-running slump, but taking advice on fixing it from a 61-year-old rocker who was an alcoholic for almost half his 40-year career might still not seem the best option.

However, Cooper has serious golf credentials. He plays off a three or four handicap, is one of the best golfers on the all-star celebrity circuit and his book, "Golf Monster", is a tell-all account of how he transformed from an alcoholic to a golf addict in the mid-'80s.

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