Cooper's Golf Addiction

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Rock legend Alice Cooper has likened his addiction to alcohol and drugs to his favourite pastime - golf. Cooper, 59, believes the sport is a cure for any reformed addict and is more rock 'n' roll than some may think. He says, "Every guy I know from Lou Reed to Bob Dylan to Neil Young, they all play golf. It's because they were all drug users or alcoholics and I think golf is so addictive that it's just like taking drugs. "You know, it's like you're always looking for that next great hit. It's the same thing in golf, you're always looking for that next great shot."


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