NCG Top 100s Tour appoints travel specialist

Ross Bousfield joins the team bringing his expertise from the travel sector 

The fast-growing NCG Top 100s Tour have appointed golf travel specialist Ross Bousfield to take advantage of the high demand for staycations. 

Research has shown that 83 per cent of UK travellers would prefer to travel domestically in 2021, citing several fears, not least their health, as factors.  

The NCG Top 100s Tour is the UK’s leading series of competitive events for club golfers.  

All events are played on courses that feature in the definitive NCG Top 100s rankings lists – ensuring competitors a top-class golfing experience. 

In 2021, there are over 30 events across Britain with each one offering great prizes from title sponsors TaylorMade. 

The champion golfer at the Grand Final at Southport & Ainsdale wins a trip to the PLAYERS Championship at TPC Sawgrass, courtesy of 

And new for 2021 is the NCG Top 100s Matchplay – an exciting knockout event that culminates in UK finals at top-class courses with the grand final in Dubai at the end of the year.  

Most events are co-ordinated by NCG Top 100s Tour events manager Georgina Simpson into two or three-course swings – ideal for those looking to book their own mini-tours either as an individual or as a group.   

That’s where Bousfield comes in: creating accommodation packages by handpicking hotels that are ideally suited to golf tours in their respective regions.  

“I’m delighted to be joining the NCG Top 100s Tour team and working with Georgina to build on her hard work,” said Bousfield, who has 10 years’ experience in the golf travel sector.  

“If 2020 proved anything it was that there is a huge appetite for golf – and specifically golf in the UK. I’m looking forward to helping golfers plan their ideal staycation in 2021.” 

“Ross’ appointment is real step forward for us as we seek to expand our NCG Top 100s franchise to include holidays, competitive golf, awards as well as the rankings lists that sit at its centre,” said Tom Irwin, co-owner of parent company Sports Publications. “We know there is an appetite to enjoy the very best of British and Irish golf now more than ever.” 

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