DAD David Sullivan played golf across the UK – the first to do so.

The 58-year-old hit 250,000 shots and lost 942 balls in his ten-week epic challenge.

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David’s mission to learn CPR began when his golf friend Sean Moor, 42, died of a heart attack while playing about seven years agoImage credit: SWNS

David from Oxted, Surrey also showed CPR to 30,000 people – his goal after a golf buddy died of a heart attack.

David’s mission to learn CPR began when his golf friend Sean Moor, 42, died of a heart attack while playing about seven years ago.

He was passionate about teaching life-saving skills and used CPR for 17 minutes while waiting for a defibrillator when a young man collapsed three years ago.

David, married to Sally 58, a reflexologist, found a lump behind his ear last November – which turned out to be benign – and it inspired him to come up with the golf challenge.

David from Oxted, Surrey said, “It’s been such a trip.

“I am so happy that I have met nice and generous people and had some life changing experiences with them.

“We’re lucky to have people like that in the UK.

“I lost 942 golf balls but showed CPR to over 30,000 people.”

The 58-year-old hit 250,000 shots and lost 942 balls in his ten-week epic challenge

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The 58-year-old hit 250,000 shots and lost 942 balls in his ten-week epic challengeImage credit: SWNS
David from Oxted, Surrey also demonstrated CPR to 30,000 people

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David from Oxted, Surrey also demonstrated CPR to 30,000 peopleImage credit: SWNS
He was passionate about learning life-saving skills and using CPR for 17 minutes while waiting for a defibrillator when a young man collapsed three years ago

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He was passionate about learning life-saving skills and using CPR for 17 minutes while waiting for a defibrillator when a young man collapsed three years ago
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