Alice Cooper is a legendary rock icon, his name a household word. He tours around the world every year and continues to release albums. He also participates in many celebrity charity events and has hosted ten of his own annual Alice Cooper Celebrity Golf Tournaments. He is a comfortable five handicap. Keith and Kent Zimmerman are a unique writing team of twin brothers. They are the coauthors of twelve books, including Rotten with John Lydon of the Sex Pistols, Orange County Choppers(TM) The Tale of the Teutuls, and the New York Times bestseller Hell's Angel: The Life and Times of Sonny Barger and the Hell's Angels Motorcycle Club.
"Alice writes like he golfs: straight and right down the middle. Like a lot of us golf addicts, he's spent his fair share of his life getting out of the rough and back onto the green. If you're like me and only read like a book a year (OK, like every decade), this should be the one."
--John Daly "What a blast from the past, and such insight to the
future! Alice Cooper, Golf Monster shares Alice's personal
life mission, interwoven with great stories and characters from the
60's through the present in Rock and Roll. Not to mention some
wonderful golf tips and experiences, humorously presented. Thank
you Alice, for a nice ride!"
--Michael Douglas, actor and creator of the Michael Douglas & Friends Charity Golf Tournament
"Few things are more surreal than playing golf with a guy named Alice. But by the time you reach the second tee, you realize that No More Mr. Nice Guy is one of the wittiest and engaging playing partners you've ever had. Plus, the guy can play! For those who aren't likely to experience the pleasure of a quiet, leisurely round with the man who spends his nights singing "School's been blown to pieces," this book provides the next best thing."
--Steve Eubanks, author of Golf Freek
"Debauchery, demons and divots! This is the only book I've ever read that should come in 3-D; the crazy stories come right at you from Sinatra to KISS to the Moscow Golf Club."
--Gary McCord, author of Golf for Dummies