Tagaytay Highlands International Golf Club Details
Year built: 1995
Architect(s): Richard Bigler
Greens: Tifdwarf Grass
Fairways: Tifton 419 Grass
Season: Year round
Tagaytay Highlands International Golf Club is said to be one of the most beautiful golf courses in the Philippines, thanks to the magnificent view of Taal Volcano. The world-famous golf architect Richard Bigler designed this golf course with careful calculation to the high elevation of the landscape. The natural scenic spots are integrated harmoniously with human ingenuity to create a balanced-style golf club.
Arriving at Tagaytay Highlands International Golf Club, golfers can challenge themselves with 18 demanding golf holes. Fairways and greens are made from Tifton 419 and Tifdwarf grasses. These high-standard elements help to create the most delightful experience for all golfers. The tenth hole is the signature of this golf course, where golfers can get back up the mountain and ride a gondola trolley through the cable car system.
Tagaytay Highlands International Golf Club seems to be the only course in Manila, Philippines that provides a mini-golf course for kids in the clubhouse. So, don’t worry if you come here with your family. There is also a restaurant known as the Golfer’s Lounge, where you can enjoy Filipino, Japanese, Korean, and even American cuisines after a golf tour.
Tagaytay Highlands International Golf Club does not open to the public. To have playing access, you must be accompanied by a member. Or, you can book a golf tour through GolfLux.
So, if you are ready, contact us for tee time check and book a golf tour now.