The Chiltern Breakfast Golf League was formed in 2002 for golf clubs in the Chiltern Hills area of natural beauty. Founder Clubs were Chartridge Park, Hazlemere, Oakland Park, Princes Risborough and Stocks Golf Clubs.
In 2003 Richings Park joined to bring the complement of Clubs to 6. Further expansion took place for the 2004 season with Aldwickbury Park, Bushey Hall and Waterstock Golf Clubs joining.
In 2005 we welcomed Mill Green to the fold. Rye Hill were accepted for the 2006 season.
In 2007 Wycombe Heights and Weston Turville joined the league bringing the total clubs to 12.
In 2010 Chesfield Downs joined the league replacing one of the founder clubs, Hazlemere, who decided to leave the league. They have since re-joined, replacing Rye Hill who decided to resign from the League in 2011.
In 2017 we welcomed Shendish Manor, Aylesbury Park, Aylesbury Vale into the League and Stocks re-joined.
Three Locks were accepted into the League for the 2018 season.
Park were the winners in the inaugural year, with Richings Park winning in
2003. Chartridge Park won again in 2004. The winners in the 2005 season were
Aldwickbury Park. In 2006 the trophy was shared by Waterstock and Richings Park
with Wycombe Heights winning in 2007. 2008 saw Richings Park win once again
with Aldwickbury Park being successful in 2009. They continued their good
run, winning again in 2010 and yet again in 2013. Waterstock were the
winners in 2012. They continued their successful run by winning three times in
a row in 2014, 2015 and again in 2016. In 2017 Hazlemere were the winners for
the first time. 2018 brought new winners in Three Locks in their first season in the league. The 2019 winners were Wycombe Heights for a second time.
Each winter, a one day competition is held amongst all participating Clubs. In 2002 the winners were Hazlemere, in 2003 Richings Park (completing the 'double'), in 2004 Waterstock were the victors, Hazlemere again securing the victory in 2005. In 2006 the Challenge Cup was won by Mill Green with Richings Park being successful in 2007. Aldwickbury Park were successful in 2008 with Weston Turville winning in 2009. The honours have been shared around since then, with Wycombe Heights winning in 2011, Hazlemere winning in 2012, Waterstock winning in 2013 and Richings Park in 2014. Waterstock were again the winners in 2015. In 2016 the winners were Aldwickbury Park. In 2017 the winners were Chesfield Downs and in 2018 Aldwickbury Park won again. Oakland Park won in 2019 for the first time
A Winter Knock Out is also held each year with all the teams being drawn into a straight knock out.
The League Secretary is Geoff Aitken. If you need to contact him, click his name.
Each year the league Committee is chaired by a representative of a member Club. A rotation system is in place for this honour. That Club then arranges the end of season Challenge Cup.
Chairmen of the League
2019 - Geoff Aitken - Waterstock
2018 - Keith Hayton - Richings Park
2017 – Barry Woledge – Princes Risborough
2016 – David Forrest – Hazlemere
2015 – Tony Dowsett – Chartridge Park
2014 - Roger Newman - Oakland Park
2013 - Dave Ranson - Weston Turville
2012 - Martin Kemp - Chesfield Downs
2011 - Gary Morris - Wycombe Heights
2010 - Steve Davis - Mill Green
2009 - Ray Lloyd - Bushey Hall
2008 - Ian Waltham - Aldwickbury Park
2007 - Geoff Aitken - Waterstock
2006 - Roger Harvey - Richings Park
2005 - Mike Jefferson - Princes Risborough
2004 - Mike Styrka - Hazlemere
2003 - Peter Atwell - Oakland Park
2002 - Steve Baker - Chartridge Park
Challenge Cup - Venues and Winners
|2003||Oakland Park||Richings Park|
|2006||Richings Park||Mill Green|
|2008||Aldwickbury Park||Aldwickbury Park|
|2009||Bushey Hall||Weston Turville|
|2010||Mill Green||Mill Green|
|2011||Wycombe Heights||Wycombe Heights|
|2014||Oakland Park||Richings Park|
|2017||Princes Risborough||Chesfield Downs|
|2018||Richings Park||Aldwickbury Park|