1st hole - par 4, 331 yards
Golfers are welcomed by a relatively short, downhill par-4. The tee shot is blind over the hill and requires only a fairway wood or long-iron to leave a short-iron or wedge to the green.
2nd hole - par 4, 354 yards
A medium length par four with bunkers on either side of the fairway. The green slopes from left to right and is protected by a large swale to the right.
3rd hole - par 4, 294 yards
A short par-4 which might tempt the longer hitters. The fairway slopes from right to left and the green is well protected by bunkers. Most players will hit an iron from the tee to leave a wedge into the green.
4th hole - par 3, 196 yards
The first of three short holes at Tyrrells Wood, the par-3 fourth requires a long-iron approach to a green protected by bunkers front right and left.
5th hole - par 4, 352 yards
Avoiding the fairway bunkers is key to having a shot at the green set slightly up the hill. A deep bunker protects the front left corner of the green.
6th hole - par 4, 445 yards
A long par-4 which requires two excellent shots to reach the green in regulation. The fairway slopes from right to left and a pot bunker guards the green.
7th hole - par 5, 533 yards
The first of two par-5s at Tyrrells Wood. The fairway slopes from left to right meaning the second shot is likely to be played from a hanging lie. The hole bears round to the right and the narrow green runs away from the golfer, often leaving difficult chips back up the two-tiered surface.
8th hole - par 4, 398 yards
An attractive, sweeping par-4 that doglegs slightly left to right. The refurbished fairway bunkers offer excellent targets off the tee and golfers then play slightly uphill to a green that runs sharply from left to right.
9th hole - par 3, 150 yards
The shortest hole on the golf course, most golfers will hit a mid-iron to the green set in the hill above the tee. Bunkers guard the front of the putting surface while the bank beyond the green acts as a hazard for any shots hit long.
10th hole - par 4, 336 yards
An inviting downhill par-4 to start the back nine. Fairway bunkers on either side will threaten any wayward drives and the approach shot must be played with precision to a green which slopes from back to front and is guarded by a bunker at the front.
11th hole - par 4, 338 yards
Most players will opt for a fairway wood from the tee to find the fairway at this charming par-4. The approach must be played with great accuracy to a green which is protected by a bunker and a steep slope off to the left hand side.
12th hole - par 5, 525 yards
The second and final par-5 on the golf course. The fairway slopes from right to left meaning many will aim to the right from the tee. The long, narrow fairway winds its way parralel to the road and leads to a narrow green with a steep slope two-thirds back.
13th hole - par 4, 405 yards
Finding the hog's back fairway is key to scoring well at this tricky par-4. Most players will only need a fairway wood or long iron from the tee and then a mid-iron approach to a small, almost perfectly circular green.
14th hole - par 4, 409 yards
The index one hole on the golf course will reward those who can find two accurate shots in succession. The tee shot is played downhill to a fairway which slopes away to the left and the approach must be played to a green that also runs from right to left.
15th hole - par 4, 287 yards
A short par-4 which the longer hitters may choose to attack. Most will play a long-iron or fairway wood from the tee to leave a short-iron shot into a green which has some very subtle but tricky breaks.
16th hole - par 3, 204 yards
A very strong par-3 to test you as you near the end of your round. From the back tee most will hit a long-iron or fairway wood to a green well-guarded by bunkers. A three here is never a bad score.
17th hole - par 4, 364 yards
A good uphill par-4 to a well-bunkered fairway. Misjudging the approach shot is easily done so be sure to take enough club to get up to one of the most undulating greens on the golf course.
18th hole - par 4, 377 yards
The home hole is a stunning way to end the round. Most will aim their tee shots to the right half of the sloping fairway but beware the out of bounds that looms on the right. The pear-shaped green with its narrow front requires an accurate approach in full view of the clubhouse.