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Alice Cooper Celebrates 10 Years Since Publishing

Published 10 years ago, “Alice Cooper, Golf Monster: A Rock ‘n’ Roller’s 12 Steps to Becoming A Golf Addict” is an intimate look into Alice Cooper’s life and is available in bookstores world wide. The Autobiography has been translated into many languages and is available in digital book form, check out the link to iTunes if you haven’t read it!

The man who invented shock rock tells the amazing and, yeah, shocking story of how he slayed his thirsty demons with a golf club. It started one day when Cooper was watching a Star Trek rerun between concerts, bored and drunk on a quart-of-whiskey-a-day habit. A friend dragged the rocker out of his room and suggested a round of golf. Cooper has been a self-confessed golf addict ever since. Alice Cooper, Golf Monster is Cooper’s tell-all memoir. In it, he talks candidly about his entire life and career, as well as his struggles with alcohol, how he fell in love with the game of golf, how he dried out at a sanitarium back in the late ’70s, and how he put the last nails in his addiction’s coffin by getting up daily at 7 a.m. to play 36 holes. This is the story of Cooper’s life, and also a story about golf. He rose from hacker to scratch golfer to serious Pro Am competitor and on to his status today as one of the best celebrity golfers around – all while rising through the rock ‘n’ roll ranks, releasing platinum albums and selling out arenas with his legendary act. Alice Cooper, Golf Monster is an unlikely and captivating tale full of wretched excess, life-saving redemption, ghoulish eye makeup, power chords, and five irons to the center of the green.

1 comment to Alice Cooper Celebrates 10 Years Since Publishing “Golf Monster”

  • Harvey Butler

    I got this book when it came out. Alice just knows what he wants and how to achieve it. I have followed him since the first album in 1969, and he deserves EVERYTHING he has achieved. Hard rock has its king, and it ain’t Elvis! Lon live the Coop!! Solid rock rules!! Another genius idea from the Coop! All the best to Alice and his family!! I hope he does another book at some point. Much success, Alice!