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alicecSpend the last of summer with shock rocker Alice Cooper

Break out the boa constrictors, put on your favorite straitjacket and have a seat in an electric chair. Alice Cooper, the notorious Godfather of Shock Rock, is coming to Hilton Head for the 2013 Celebrity Golf Tournament.

The popular event, which takes place every Labor Day weekend, matches amateur golfers with sports and entertainment celebrities such as actor Alan Thicke, Food Network star Robert Irvine and actor Brian Baumgartner, better known as Kevin from The Office.

The celebrities and amateurs play three of the most respected courses in the Lowcountry: The Robert Trent Jones Oceanfront Course at Palmetto Dunes Resort (Aug. 30), the Arnold Palmer Signature Course at Wexford Plantation (Aug. 31) and Harbour Town Golf Links at Sea Pines Resort (Sept. 1).

Proceeds benefit 20 well-deserving children's charities in the South Carolina Lowcountry.

Celebrity Golf

What: 2013 Hilton Head Island Celebrity Golf Tournament
When: Aug. 30-Sept. 1
Where: Robert TrentJones Oceanfront Course at Palmetto Dunes (Aug. 30), Arnold Palmer Signature Course at Wexford Plantation (Aug. 31), Harbour Town Golf Links at Sea Pines Resort (Sept. 1)


Name, Claim to Fame
Alice Cooper, musician
Anthony Anderson, actor on Law and Order
Alan Thicke, actor and game show host
Robert Irvine, Food Network star
Jay DeMarcus, member of Rascal Flatts
Joe Don Rooney, member of Rascal Flatts
Brian Baumgartner, Kevin from The Office
Richard Schiff, actor on The West Wing
Dennis Haysbert, Voice from Allstate commercials
Dwight Hicks, NFL player
Gary Valentine, actor on The King of Queens
Kevin Sorbo, actor on Xena: Warrior Princess
Beau MacMillan, Food Network star
Richard Karn, actor on Home Improvement
Debbe Dunning, actress on Home Improvement
Bill Smitrovich, actor from Independence Day
Kyra Phillips, news anchor
John Roberts, Fox News
Phil Varone, drummer of Saigon Kick
Chris McLernon, bassist of Saigon Kick
Ski Johnson, jazz musician
Taniya Nayak, Food Network star
Tom Bury, Food Network star
Henry Cho, comedian
Merril Hodge, NFL player
Paula Trickey, actress on The O.C.
Mark Collins, NFL player
Mark Malone, NFL player
Gus Williams, NBA player
Sam Hennings, actor from Pawn Shop
D. Vincent Williams, musician
Dillon Dixon, musician
Tony Womack, MLB player
Reggie Smith, MLB player
Josh Carter, member of Kingston
Zack Carter, member of Kingston
Doug Flynn, MLB player
Ken Anderson, NFL player
Thad Darber, World One Club champion
Bobby Cremins, college basketball coach
Bucky Waters, college basketball coach
Alan Kalter, Late Show with David Letterman