Wack Wack Golf & Country Club has two fine 18-hole championship courses, one of which is the internationally known East Course where big tournaments are held, such as the Philippine Open. It was also at the East Course where the World Cup was held in 1977. The East Course is a vast layout whose challenge lies in its water hazards, undulating and elevated small greens and lengthy fairways, plus the fact that it has only two (2) par 5's and two (2) par 3's. Its famous Hole No. 8, a Par 3, has been known to be a "make-or-break" hole even for the seasoned professional golfers. The West Course, upgraded a few years ago into an all-weather championship course is shorter and less troublesome, and draws the senior and female members of the club. It is where sponsored tournaments are generally held. Soft spikes required.