Director of Performance, Robbie Cannon has over twenty years of experience at the top level of amateur golf. Robbie recently won the Irish Close Amateur Championship at the European Club. Robbie also won the 2013 Irish Amateur Open Championship at The Royal Dublin Golf Club and the 2009 South of Ireland championship at Lahinch Golf Club. Robbie is also a current Irish international golfer representing Ireland in the recent home internationals.
Robbie is a current Phd candidate in the category of Human Performance and Innovation in the University of Limerick. He is a highly qualified and experienced Strength and Conditioning coach with a Masters Degree in Strength and Conditioning from Limerick Institute of Technology and a Bachelors Degree from Setanta College. He is also a level 3 TPI Certified Golf Fitness Professional. Robbie is Head of Strength and Conditioning for the Tipperary Football squads as well as strength and conditioning coach for the Irish golf Mens and Ladies National Squads.
With a huge interest in all sports Robbie played Gaelic football with O’Dwyers GAA club in Balbriggan from a young age and soccer with Glebe North FC and Drogheda Boys FC. In the last few years he became a keen sprinter and won a bronze in the 2013 Leinster Indoors at 200 metres for the Raheny Shamrocks Athletics Club.
Robbie specialises working with golfers of all levels including PGA Tour, European Tour , Elite Amateurs and club golfers. With over ten years of experience working in the world of Sports Performance, Robbie also works with athletes in a wide range of other sports including GAA, Hockey and Athletics.