The Tagaytay Highlands International Golf Club has one of the country's most challenging 18-hole golf courses. Designed by American golf architect Richard Bigler, it was Tagaytay Highlands' first club, which opened on April 16, 1994. Its 120-hectare land area is also home to a number of dining outlets as well as other leisure amenities intended for golfers and non-golfers.
The Country Club at Tagaytay Highlands is a one-stop-shop recreation center. As a family resort for non-golfers, which opened in 1996, it houses nearly every leisure activity imaginable—both for the young and the young-at-heart. The three-level Sports Center encourages an exciting sporting life with an indoor basketball court, billiards hall, 14-lane disco bowling center, and indoor archery field, among many others. Gourmet outlets offer the most sumptuous and delightful meals to cap quality time with friends and family.
Situated amidst a dense forest 1,000 feet above Taal Lake and another 1,000 feet below Tagaytay Highlands, the 400-hectare Tagaytay Midlands Golf Club boasts of a championship golf course with a picture-perfect view of the Taal Lake and volcano. The second 18-hole golf club (also designed by Richard Bigler) in Tagaytay Highlands has a combined 45 holes, including the Third Nine holes and the Highlands Golf Course. The area is also close a forest where endemic birds and local monkeys abound.
Situated on one of the highest points of Tagaytay Highlands, The Spa and Lodge is the most exclusive club within Tagaytay Highlands, offering its members the best accommodation and the ultimate in relaxation theraphy and beauty treatments. Made entirely of Western Red Cedar logs, the two-level structure offers 25 well-appointed, tastefully furnished suites, a whole wing of treatment rooms, including a his and hers salon, and a health bar at the Great Room Lobby Lounge.