The main purpose of this study is to numerically correlate the amount of generated vapor over a hydrofoil to the lift and drag coefficients acting on it. Cavitation characteristics were investigated of a hydrofoil in the cavitating, sub-cavitating, and non-cavitating flows for different Angles of Attacks (AoA) with the high upstream flow velocity. The hydrofoil was tested in a square water tunnel with water entering the tunnel at various velocities for each AoA ranges from 9.1 m/s to 12.2 m/s. It was found that lift and drag forces acting on the hydrofoil follow the trend of the experimental data quite closely. While the cavitation can be identified by a unique number (Averaged Vapor Volume Fraction), the work done created an inverse correlation between this number and the cavitation number at the same angle of attack. The lift force declines with the increase of the vapor content on the hydrofoil surface, meanwhile the drag force peaks at certain vapor volume fraction then a huge reduction occurs with the considerable decrease in the corresponding cavitation number. It was found the lift to drag ratio decreases by the formation of the cavitation over the hydrofoil, thus causing a drop in the efficiency of the turbo-machines.