TyrrellsWood Golf Club

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What we say

This sloping course has downhill holes to start both nines and you won’t have a single flat hole to negotiate. Also, most holes are tree-lined so accuracy plays a major role. Finally, beware of the speed of the greens; they can be quicker on the hills than in the valleys.

Set in acres of Surrey countryside, Tyrrells Wood Golf Club, established in 1924, offers an 18 hole downland course, originally designed by James Braid, with alterations made by Harry Colt. The course is built on heavily undulating land, resulting in large changes in elevation. The course features fairways lined with mature trees, as well as numerous bunkers, resulting in a challenging game for golfers of all abilities.

  • Course Summary

  • Costs 2 out of 5
  • TG Rating 3 out of 5
  • Players Rating 2.5 out of 5
  • Address
    Tyrrells Wood Golf Club, , LEATHERHEAD
  • Tel 01372 376025
  • Website www.tyrrellswoodgolfclub.com

Course Information

Course 71 par
Course Style -
Green Fees Mon - Fri £42, Sat -Sun £40 after 4pm
Course Length 6,063 yards (5,544 metres)
Holes 18
Difficulty -
Course Membership -

Course Features

  • Course has: Bar
  • Course has: Buggy Hire
  • Course does not have: Driving Range
  • Course does not have: Practice Green
  • Course has: Pro Shop
  • Course does not have: Restaurant
  • Course has: Trolley Hire
  • Course does not have: Dress Code
  • Course does not have: Club Hire
  • Course does not have: Handicap

Your Reviews

  • 2.5 out of 5 TyrellsWood 1st time visitor

    By Nigel Punchard

    Set in lovely countryside, wide wide ranging views on many holes. Large well laid out car park awaits you, and there was a warm welcome in the proshop. The rest of the building looks a bit daunting with unclear signage as to where everything was located. The first hole has a unique feature in that in view of the steepness of the down slope, you have to look into a large mirror to check when the fairway is clear before teeing off. Generally all the tees, fairways and greens are in good order, especially considering we went in November, the end of a season. The greenkeepers were also out and about doing some leaf removal from the sides of the fairways. This course is undoubtly the hilliest one that I have ever played on and thus made it a very tough challenge for a high handicapper, but since it was a fine day and not hot, overall we enjoyed the course. On the downside, the signage is very poor, with confusing tracks that can lead you to the wrong place for the next tee. Also there are no fairway 150yrd markers that are set above ground. They do have marker discs in the ground, but these can easily be missed, above ground markers do enable you to make a better judgement of the distance to the green. This course also kriss crosses a busy, fast, road several times during the round, extreme caution is required. Good after round cleaning facilities, with airlines etc. Nice to do this once, but it was too physically demanding for a return visit.