World Leaders In Golf Performance.

360 has coached professional golfers on the PGA Tour, European Tour, LPGA and Ladies European Tour for a decade now. In 2018, we were part of the team in three out of the four season winners: including Justin Rose (Fedex PGA Tour), Francesco Molinari (Race to Dubai European Tour) and Georgia Hall (Ladies European Tour).


There are many components of fitness needed to optimise movement in the golf swing. Mobility, stability, proprioception, strength, speed and power training are all essential for skill development and long-term injury prevention. We understand that a player's needs are unique. Our 360 training system guides an athlete through this step-by-step.


Significant demands are placed on our athletes through competition, scheduling and global travel. To sustain performance in this environment requires biological resiliency across key physiological systems. At 360, we test, map and support these systems with each of our players to help them live better and achieve more.


Our team of practitioners support PGA and European Tour players at competition around the world. We provide a combination of services depending on requirements; including musculoskeletal treatment, sports massage therapy, strength & conditioning, performance coaching and nutritional therapy.


A large number of variables can impact player productivity and performance. At 360, we use data from multiple sources to understand trends, identify needs and prioritise strategy. This is similar to the concept of "1% marginal gains", and it is essential for golfers in improving their world rankings.


At 360, we understand that a player's physical and mental environment is always changing. Adapting to this each week is vital for sustained high performance. With our coaching methodology and online technology players can maintain momentum wherever they are in the world.


Ryder Cup Teams


Different Tour Winners


Player Tour Wins

Our Golf Performance Plans

Each year we offer a limited number of spots for PGA Tour, European Tour, LPGA and LET Tour pros to join the 360 family and of part of a programme with us. We also offer amateurs the opportunity to work with us at the 360 Academy based out of Prime Health in Weybridge, Surrey, UK. For coaches, we offer 1-day learning and development workshops; a great way for club teaching professionals and healthcare practitioners to learn how to reduce injury risk in their players and facilitate long-term skill development.

We fully cater for the physiological and psychological needs of PGA Tour and European Tour professionals. We can provide on-tour support, off-tour support, or a combination of both. Programmes run for 12 months, and fees are based on contact time, level of practitioner support, access to technology and travel.

We help a variety of amateur golfers get the most from their performance at the 360 Academy. We support collegiate players, amateur golfers who want to compete on tour and executives who want access to the best information to improve their game. Our programmes incorporate comprehensive screening and both online and offline coaching support.

Our education and seminars are designed to help golf club professionals and healthcare practitioners support clients who are looking to improve their game. There are several factors that influence movement variability in the swing, risk of injury and long-term performance. Our seminars introduces key science and practical tools to facilitate player development.