Golf and Country Club

Golf Course


Rise to the challenge offered by Tagaytay Highlands. Two exclusive golf clubs make their home here - the Tagaytay Highlands International Golf Club and the Tagaytay Midlands Golf Club. Both clubs boast of 18-hole championship golf courses set atop Tagaytay's highest elevations, offering year-round cool weather, so you can focus on your game. To ferry you to the course, the Tagaytay Highlands International Golf Club has Swiss-engineered cable cars, while the Tagaytay Midlands Golf Club has the country's first and only 48-seater Swiss Funicular system. Via a special reciprocity arrangement, members of both clubs can use the facilities of the other.

For more sports and recreation options, there’s The Country Club at Tagaytay Highlands. Swim a few laps. Shoot some hoops. Enjoy a game of badminton. Grab your friends for an ATV trail challenge or trek the mountain side. There’s a lot to enjoy here, making it the perfect club option for non-golfing family members.

At the end of a challenging day, club members can enjoy a soothing massage at The Spa and Lodge at Tagaytay Highlands. Exclusively available to members of the Highlands clubs, here, you can make use of the full range of spa facilities, including relaxation therapy, singles massage and couples massage.

If you'd like to prolong the experience, you may also stay at one of the well-appointed guest rooms and suites of the club and be treated to the stunning views of Mount Makiling, Laguna de Bay, Taal Lake and the golf courses.


The Highlands Club rules and regulations constitute, but are not limited to, the following guidelines:​

  1. Tagaytay Highlands is a private and exclusive Membership Club. Presentation of a valid membership card to the gate guards is required to gain entry into the Club premises. For this reason, entry to and usage of the Club’s facilities and privileges can only be used by active members and by guests who are invited and accompanied by an active member in good standing. The sponsoring member is solely responsible for his guests’ good behaviour and the cost of services rendered to them by the Club. 
  2. The legitimate spouse and unmarried children below 30 years of age of a regular or assignee member are considered as qualified dependents of such member under the Club’s By-Laws and shall have the right to use all the facilities of the Club. Children who are married or at least 30 years old are no longer considered as qualified dependents of members and shall be treated as guests.
  3. Following Article II, Section 4 of the By-Laws of the Club, the club membership dues will be assessed monthly not withstanding non- enjoyment of the Club facilities and suspension.
  4. Clubhouses and all other facilities are intended mainly for the use and enjoyment of members and guests. For their convenience, drivers and bodyguards are discouraged to lounge inside the said facilities. Nursemaids are allowed only in the presence of children, elderlies and persons with disability.
  5. Pets are only allowed inside member-owned units, subject to the guidelines promulgated by the Homeowners Associations.
  6. Cable cars are intended primarily to transport golfers and their caddies with their golf bags and are therefore given priority. Hours of operation may be obtained from any of the Reception Desks within the Club. Operation may be halted depending on the weather condition.
  7. The Funicular is intended to take members and guests to and from the Highlands and Midlands Clubhouses. Hours of operation may be obtained from any of the Reception Desks within the Club.
  8. Golf shoes with spikes are allowed only on Golfers’ Lounges and golf courses.
  9. Carrying of firearms within the Club premises is limited to Club Security Personnel on duty, security personnel accompanying the President of the Republic of the Philippines, and those specifically authorized by Management.
  10. Helicopters are allowed to land only at the Club’s designated helipads and must have prior arrangement with the Club’s Executive Office. A landing fee is charged for every helicopter landing and/or parking.
  11. Designated parking lots for cars are found in strategic places within the Highlands Complex. Clubhouse driveways, rotundas and slots designated for golf cart and delivery vans do not fall under this classification.
  12. Proper decorum shall be observed at all times. Sleeping or napping in public areas, loud noise, and boisterous conversation must be avoided at all times.
  13. An active member in good standing and his qualified dependents are authorized to bring inside the Club a combined total of ten (10) guests during weekends and holidays.
  14. The Club provides a wide array of food and beverage choices from its various restaurants. For this reason, bringing in of food and drinks into the Club premises is strictly prohibited.
  15. A member shall assume full responsibility for any damage to Club property or injury to Club personnel caused by himself, his dependents, or his guests. A member shall likewise be responsible for his dependents’ and guests’ indebtedness to the relevant Club.
  16. Authority Guest Card (AGC) is issued upon request to a guest of an active member only in the presence of the sponsoring member. Presentation by the guest of a hand-carried Letter of Authorization signed by the sponsoring member requesting for the issuance of an AGC will not be honored.
  17. Members are required to sign checks or chits for all expenses at the Club and will be billed of the same. Cash payments are not accepted.
  18. The Club is not responsible for the loss of property or valuables under any circumstance.
  19. Proper dress code should be observed at all times.
    • The following are not allowed in the Golfers Lounges or at the Midlands Veranda:
      • Tank tops (sandos)
      • Rubber slippers
      • Swimsuits
    • Proper golf attire should be worn on the golf course:
      • Shirt with collar
      • Golf shorts or slacks (Denim pants are not allowed)
      • Golf shoes with soft spikes.
  20. Cigars, cigarettes and hard drinks or intoxicating beverages will not be sold to minors (below 18 years old).
  21. Tipping Club personnel for services is prohibited. If a member or his dependent or guest wishes to commend an employee for exceptional services rendered, a letter to the Management will be appreciated.

The foregoing Rules and Regulations are subject to change and may be amended or superseded from time to time as circumstances may warrant and as the Club’s Board of Directors may deem appropriate.