DAD David Sullivan played golf in the UK – the first person to do so.
The 58-year-old hit 250,000 shots and lost 942 balls in his ten-week epic challenge.
David, of Oxford, Surrey, also showed CPR to 30,000 people – the goal after a golfer died of a heart attack.
David’s mission to learn CPR began when his golf friend Sean Moore, 42, died of a heart attack while playing about seven years ago.
He became passionate about teaching life-saving skills, and used CPR for 17 minutes while waiting for a defibrillator when a young man fell three years ago.
David, who is married to Sally 58, a reflexologist, found a lump behind his ear in November last year – which turned out to be decent – and inspired him to dream of a golf challenge.
“It’s been such a journey,” said David, from Exeter, Surrey.
“I feel very lucky to have met kind and generous people, and to have had some life-changing experiences with them.
“We are fortunate to have such people in the UK.
“I lost 942 golf balls but showed CPR to more than 30,000 people.”