Shock rocker Alice Cooper hits links with Grand Rapids Community College coaches

GRAND RAPIDS, MI — Shock rocker Alice Cooper is well-known for his on-stage dramatics.

But maybe not so much his golf game.

Still, he’s an avid golfer who hit the links Wednesday, Sept. 21 with Grand Rapids Community College golf coaches before a planned show at DeVos Performance Hall.

Cooper is best known for his songs “No More Mr. Nice Guy,” “School’s Out,” “Welcome to My Nightmare,” “Under My Wheels” and others.

He played a nine holes Wednesday with GRCC golf coach John Forton, assistant golf coach Mark Rasmussen and members of Cooper’s band, Ryan Roxie and Chuck Garric.

Cooper wrote a 2007 book called “Alice Cooper: Golf Monster. A Rock ‘n’ Roller’s Life and 12 Steps to Becoming a Golf Addict.”

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