Tagaytay Highlands golf course ready to swing back into action
Local golf lovers can once again hit the greens at Tagaytay Highlands.
The premier mountain resort complex developed by the Sy family is set to reopen its golf course, a month after it was closed for repairs and cleanup efforts following the eruption of Taal Volcano.
Ocier personally inspected the Highlands course with golf director Rhoneil Coussart, Dennis Mendoza and Weng Tanes.
The 18-hole Highlands Golf Course will be back in play on Feb.15 while the championship 27-hole Midland Golf Course will be ready for tee off on March 3.
Tagaytay Highlands Country Club president Jerry Tiu, for his part, is committed to reopening the clubhouse on Feb.19.
For those looking for a full dinner experience, the Highlander SteakHouse will open its doors to members on Feb.19.
Tagaytay’s tourism sector will mark a new chapter in its recovery with the opening of more establishments.