|Users Comments (3)|
| A lovely course with beautiful scenery all the way through your round.
The first hole is a reasonably easy par 4 downhill all the way and for most people a definate par. The sixth is a par 4 measuring 445 yards uphill all the way and a dogleg from left to right. A very challenging hole.
The most challenging aspect of the golf course is that the course is very hilly and one must be accurate with their driver to suceed the course.
The pro shop staff are very nice and welcoming and also the bar staff are just as nice. Altogether this is a lovely course and I recommend you should play it.
|July 10th 2006|
|NAME: Thomas Kent
HOME CLUB: Tyrells Wood Golf Club
| What can I say about this course, it is hilly
but the views are worth every step. The fairways in the winter were in a
great way even though it had rained (its on chalk). It was frozen on the
greens when I played, they had all the greens open but had moved the pins
to the very front.
The company was good, my golf was poor, the club house was wonderful and the members and staff very very jovial. I played with a member, and arranged a playing a trip back with a few of my pals to show them the hilly delights of Tyrrells Wood, not the longest course in the world but 1 of my top 5... go enjoy.
|March 20th 2003|
|NAME: John Freeze
HOME CLUB: Kingswood
| Tyrells Wood golf course is a beautiful course
set in the lovely woodland countryside surrounding Leatherhead, and occupies
part of the same land tract as the famous Walton Heath venue, in the near
past of many professional tournaments.
The course has a nice easy start (if there is such a thing on a golf course) with a short downhill par 4 which, if you are a straight hitter, is within reach of a good tee shot with a fairway wood or long iron but beware because the trees on the right mean a lost ball if entered.
The rest of the course will hold the attention of golfers of any standard.
With a good range of holes and plenty of OUT OF BOUNDS to beware of, most of which is not very far off the fairways especially the par five that skirts the road.
As I played it late in the year the views across the treetops were spectacular with a wonderful array of Autumnal colours, and although not as hilly as you might expect, it is hilly enough not to suffer unduly from wet weather.
There is a nice old clubhouse and although we did not on this occasion stay long enough to partake of refreshments, the staff that we met were friendly and helpful and gave the building a very convivial atmosphere.
|June 5th 2002|
|NAME: David Matthews
HOME CLUB: Richmond Park
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