Sir Edward Cecil Guinness (the future 1st Earl of Iveagh) purchased the property from Samuel Bircham, son of Francis Bircham.
Rupert Guinness leased the Burhill mansion (and land for two 18 hole golf courses) to a syndicate of local businessmen.
The Ministry of Aircraft Production requisitioned the Club for use of a workforce of 200, headed by Barnes Wallis, creator of the famous ‘Bouncing Bomb’ whilst working at Burhill club.
The Burhill Clubhouse was restored to the members.
Wycombe Heights joined BGL Golf.
Thornbury Golf and lodge joined BGL Golf.
Ramsdale joined BGL Golf.
Birchwood Park joined BGL Golf.
Building of the New Course at Burhill Club commenced. Work also began on the restoration of the mansion.
The New Course at Burhill Club opened with the Clubhouse being officially re-opened by the 4th Earl of Iveagh on 3rd September.
Abbey Hill joined BGL Golf.
The Shropshire joined BGL Golf.
Redbourn and Aldwickbury Park joined BGL Golf.
Mr Mulligan's first site open at Abbey Hill, Milton Keynes.
Mr Mulligans opened at Hoebridge in Woking.
BGL Golf emerges as the world’s first multisite operator to become GEO Certified at all its venues. Mr Mulligans opened at J32, Castleford & Ramsdale in Nottingham.
Burhill Golf Club hosts the Open Qualifier for the next 4 years. Mr Mulligans opened at Stevenage and Sidcup.
Birchwood Park’s £5million Health & Fitness Club development launched.
Mr Mulligans opened at Tonbridge and Cheltenham.
Mr Mulligans opened at Newcastle, Milton Keynes (indoor), Bournemouth and Birmingham.
Mr Mulligans opened at Basildon in July & BUNKERS! Swansea opened in December 2019.
BGL partnered with ITV to open Ninja Warrior UK venues at Southampton and Sheffield and begin to roll out many more.
Ninja Warrior UK, Milton Keynes opened in February 2022. The expansion plan for Adventure Leisure and Ninja Leisure continues with multiple new venue openings planned for the year.