Alice Cooper: Golf Monster: How a wild Rock n’ Roll life led to a serious golf addiction
Alice Cooper is hotter than ever, still playing up to 100 gigs a year with his band, watching his audiences grow younger. But 300 days a year, he is out on the golf course. That’s because Alice credits golf as helping him overcome a self-destructive spiral into alcoholism. It’s also because Alice turned out to be almost as good a golfer as he is a rocker. This book blends a rocker’s uproarious tales of excess with a no holds-barred account of how Cooper substituted alcohol addiction with the lesser evil of hitting a little white ball.
Date Published: 2007
Book Condition: Near fine hard cover in like dust jacket and minimal shelf wear.
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