GolfWRX Member Dave Decker was the grand prize winner of TaylorMade’s Ultimate RocketBladez Experience. He and four other GolfWRX members were flown to Naples, Fla., where they enjoyed an all-expenses-paid four-night stay at the Ritz-Carlton, home of the 2012 Franklin Templeton Shark Shootout.

All of the contest winners received a set of TaylorMade RocketBladez Tour irons, which they were fit for on Tiburon Golf Club’s on-site TaylorMade Performance Lab. Decker also was fit for a new TaylorMade driver, fairway wood, hybrid, wedges and putter, and played in the tournament’s two-day pro-am with TaylorMade staff members Rory Sabbittini and Dustin Johnson.

Watch the video above, and check out the photos below to see highlight’s from Decker’s trip.

Click here for more photos and video in the forums, where the contest winners and other GolfWRX members discussed their trip and shared their memories.

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Zak is the Managing Editor of GolfWRX.com.

He's been a part of the company since 2012, when he was hired to develop GolfWRX's front page. Since that time, GolfWRX has become the go-to destination on the web for golf equipment news, tour news, instruction and opinion.

Zak also developed GolfWRX's Featured Writer Program, which supports aspiring writers who want to improve their skills and allows established golf professionals to communicate directly with readers.

He played college golf at the University of Richmond, where he took too many strokes. Good thing he also studied journalism and creative writing.

You can follow Zak on Twitter @ZakKoz, where he's happy to discuss all the cool gear and insider info that's part of his job.

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  1. Wow.. what a great interview Zak. And Dave… sounds like an awesome trip of a lifetime. I have met up with a lot of GolfWRX members and in the beginning it is odd but after a few minutes it is always awesome! To many things in common to not have a connection.

    Richard “easyyy”

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