QUEENSRCHE guitarist Michael Wilton recently had the following to say about his participation in Fairway to Heaven '02, which was aired via VH1 last week: "I had a great time at the VH1 golf tournament. Though my team did not have a great day golfing we had a blast tearing up the course. The day before the event I got to play a round of golf with MEATLOAF, ALICE COOPER and his son. Those guys were great to hang out with. They told me stories that I will cherish. It was like being in a dream for me. The nights were a blur. VH1 wined and dinned us down on South Beach. I made a lot of new friends, experienced Miami, got a tan all in 48 hours. I think it was 38 degrees when I got back to Seattle. The next day it snowed. I put away my golf clubs and went skiing. I had to hit the bumps one last time."
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