Play a round of golf with Alice Cooper for $10,000

The offer is part of a comic book Kickstarter campaign

Play a round of golf with Alice Cooper for $10,000

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For $10,000 (£6588), a fan of Alice Cooper can buy the chance to play a round of golf with the shock-rock legend.

The offer is part of a current Kickstarter campaign which is looking to secure funding for Uncle Alice Presents, a 12 part series of comics and a graphic novel created by Tom Sheppard and which feature Alice Cooper as the narrator and "demented, blood-soaked host".

The campaign is looking to raise $200,000 (£131,752) by selling hard copies of the comic book and graphic novel when they have been published, as well as voicemail messages from Alice Cooper, a framed oil painting and the chance to play golf with Cooper himself.

There is only one round of golf up for grabs, and it will take place at a golf course of Cooper's choosing in Phoenix, Arizona. It is asked that only experienced players apply.

Alice Cooper and Marilyn Manson head out on the joint Masters of Madness tour of North America this June.

Last November, Alice Cooper was joined by Johnny Depp on stage at Los Angeles' Orpheum Theatre.

The actor, who has played guitar alongside numerous artists including Oasis and The Black Keys, arrived on stage for the tribute section of the show, playing on covers of The Doors' 'Break On Through (To The Other Side)', The Beatles' 'Revolution', Jimi Hendrix's 'Foxy Lady' and The Who's 'My Generation'.

Depp also played a handful of Cooper classics including 'Poison' and 'Schools Out'.

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