St John Scotland has continued its defibrillator support for Scottish golf clubs by presenting 20 life-saving machines to many of the clubs set to host Scottish Golf national championships this year.
The units were given to representatives of each of the clubs at a presentation at West Lothian Golf Club thanks to a partnership between St John Scotland and Scottish Golf that began in January 2015.
St John Scotland is also offering to fund training in the use of defibrillators, with sessions being organised on a local area basis, for staff and members from a number of neighbouring courses.
The Prior of St John Scotland, major general Mark Strudwick, said: “As one of the country’s leading caring charities, it is our mission to improve the safety, health and quality of life of people in our communities.
“Defibrillators will save lives and we are very proud to be working with Scottish Golf to supply equipment and training.”