Alice Cooper delivers his colorful memoirs in a unique fashion. In addition to his life story as a rock 'n' roll icon, Golf Monster also features the 12 Steps to becoming a pure golf addict. Cooper rifles the golf ball straight down the fairway almost every time, and endorse Calloway clubs. Alice's rock 'n' roll war storie weave remarkably with his fresh outlook on the game of golf.
Keith gives an overview of the book:
It was quite a challenge blending golf wisdom with a rock 'n' roller's true tales, but the alchemy did take hold. Alice Cooper has influenced so many great musicians and has a great organization and manager behind him. He is an intelligent, imaginative, and moral man who never takes himself too seriously, even though he has spent his life with so many amazing artists, including Salvador Dali and Groucho Marx. Although his alter ego on stage is still pretty scary, Alice talks forthrightly about overcoming his stuggles with alcoholism and how switching addictions from drink to golf truly did save his life.
Keith Zimmerman is one half of a unique twin-brother writing team. Both Keith and Kent Zimmerman have written 15 books together. They most recently completed Alice Cooper, Golf Monster with rock star Alice Cooper for Crown/Random House as well as A Personal Stand...