While playing a round at TPC Eagle Trace in Coral Springs, Campbell saw a man on the hole in front of him face-plant in the turf.
"When he went down, I thought at first he was celebrating getting a birdie, but he was really suffering a minor seizure," Campbell told Inside Track.
He rushed to the green and helped flip the fallen golfer onto his back. Campbell said the golfer stopped breathing, had a small seizure and his eyes rolled into the back of his head.
Campbell started performing CPR — which he learned from courses his emergency-room-physician sister made him take. He revived the man before the ambulance arrived.
"But for me knowing CPR, this guy would have been dead," Campbell said.
Now the Krupnick Campbell Malone Buser Slama Hancock Liberman & McKee partner wants to ensure all of his colleagues have the same training. His firm is planning a voluntary CPR course and about 25 employees have signed up.
Other law firms offer similar courses. Weiss Serota Helfman Pastoriza Cole & Boniske trains three staffers in each office. Buckingham Doolittle & Burroughs in Boca Raton also has CPR training sessions.
Campbell said his quick reaction generated some humorous responses. One golf club member joked that lawyers usually suck the life OUT of people.
And Campbell, who admittedly is "not the greatest golfer in the world," said his fellow golfers just want him to play behind them.