Tyrrells Wood Golf Club is located on the edge of the North Downs and modified in its early days by James Braid, the former Open champion and respected golf course architect. In common with much of the area, it boasts a chalk subsoil, providing superb drainage throughout the year that. The typical downland nature of the area was transformed by the substantial tree planting programme implemented in the late 19th century, to provide a unique downland/parkland character. Tyrrells Wood is a very beautiful golf course that is loaded with huge trees. There are a number of holes where you may wish to keep the driver in the bag. Round here, accuracy is essential. A unique half-way house is in operation.