DAD David Sullivan played golf the length of Britain — the first person to do so.
The 58-year-old hit 250,000 shots and lost 942 balls on his ten-week epic challenge.
David, of Oxted, Surrey, also showed 30,000 people CPR — his aim after a golf pal died of a heart attack.
David's mission to learn CPR began when his golf buddy Sean Moor, 42, died of a heart attack while playing around 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 collapsed three years ago.
David, married to Sally 58, a reflexologist, found a lump behind his ear – which turned out to be benign – in November last year, and it inspired him to dream up the golf challenge.
David, from Oxted, Surrey, said: "It's been such a journey.
"I feel so lucky that I've met kind and generous people, and had some life-changing experiences with them.
"We're lucky that in Great Britain we have people like this.
"I lost 942 golf balls but showed CPR to over 30,000 people."
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