Exclusive, Member-owned

Located on the south shore of Long Island in upscale Hewlett Harbor.

The Seawane Club is a private Country Club committed to the comfort, needs and relaxation of members.  Our vision is to provide the finest experiences which generate lifelong friendships for multi-generational enjoyment and vitality.  Escape the buzz of downtown Manhattan and enjoy the luxury Country Club amenities that The Seawane Club has to offer. 

  • History
    • The Seawane Club was created on the Hewlett Estate of John N. Auerbach in 1927.  Using his three-story Victorian home as the clubhouse, he named the club after large quantities of Indian copper beads (“Seawane”) populating the vast grounds.

      New Yorkers have always considered The Seawane Club a favorite gathering place and gave special attention to its destiny.  In 1960, Hewlett Harbor residents purchased the club and turned it into an exclusive private, member-owned golf and country club.

      In the spring of 1994 and again in 2016, The Seawane Club underwent vast renovations and has prospered since.  We earned praise from Golf Digest, GOLF Magazine, Golfweek, Met Golfer, The New York Times, Newsday, New York Magazine, ESPN and Gotham while winning the prestigious Metropolitan Golf Writers Association “Golf Club of the Year” award.

  • The Seawane Difference
    • We cater to member’s every whim to make Seawane a comfortable, daily escape for guaranteed fun time and again.  The club delivers on its pillars of friends, family, functions, fitness, food and “fore,” as is why members call it their “home away from home”.  Members are positive, like-minded, smart, fun and ultra-active.  Making Seawane their welcoming, neighborhood gathering place and “second home,” there is an influx of young professionals intimately involved in relaxed and formal events alike.  With a heavy dose of pride, members feel good, eliminate stress and are constantly “wowed.”  Our playground contributes to a rewarding lifestyle and a lifetime of memories.

  • Guest Information & Guidelines
    • Please review the Club’s guest rules prior to your visit.

      Cell Phone Use

      Clubhouse - Communication devices are permitted at the pool and in the Clubhouse except for dining areas with these restrictions: incoming must be on vibrate; outgoing and text messaging is allowed in designated areas. Cell phone and Skype use is only permitted in the designated areas, including locker rooms, lobby, and parking lots.  Please be respectful of your surroundings.

      Golf course - Communication devices are permitted on the golf course with these restrictions: incoming must be on vibrate; outgoing text messaging only.  Doctors can use cell phones at all times for medical emergencies.  No cell phones or any type of electronic communications are permitted in the halfway house or on the driving range, chipping or putting greens.  Please be respectful of your surroundings.

      Clubhouse Attire

      The following are not allowed to be worn in any clubhouse dining venue:

      • Jeans, pants or any other clothing ripped, cut off, tattered, overly worn or baggy
      • Clothing that shows bare midriff
      • Swimsuits, including towels, cover-ups, robes and shower or beach footwear
      • Shirts without a collar unless worn under a sweater or in combination with a sweater or sports jacket
      • Tee shirts and “V” neck shirts are only permitted during lunch and on Sunday evenings for children under 21
      • Shorts or skirts that do not completely cover the individual’s bottom
      • Gym shorts, tank tops, warm-up pants, and spandex leggings when worn in combination with athletic or workout outfit
      • Flat, rubber flip-flops
      Friday and Saturday Evenings / Entertainment
      • Unacceptable attire: athletic, including golf and tennis shirts, warm-up pants and sneakers; hats and visors of any kind; untucked shirts showing shirt tail (not to be worn untucked)
      • Jackets are preferred, but not mandatory, when wearing blue jeans
      • A golf shirt or other appropriate short-sleeve shirt may be worn only under a long sleeve sweater or sports jacket
      • At the discretion of management those appearing disheveled and inappropriate of our country club atmosphere may be offered a loaner sports jacket that must be worn during the course of the evening
      Sunday Evenings
      • Unacceptable attire: tee-shirts, tank tops for men, cut-off shorts; hats and visors of any kind
      • Children under 21 may wear neat and clean non-collared shirts and clean athletic sports jerseys only at Sunday night dinners
      Lunch – Tuesday to Sunday 
      • Unacceptable attire: hats and visors of any kind; hanging of jackets on back of grille room chairs (please use coat room / coat rack)
      • Children under the age of 21 may wear tee shirts

      The tented areas are extensions of the clubhouse; therefore, during lunch, the same dress code as the grille room applies

      Golf Course

      • The Club's desire is to respect the traditions of the game with sensitivity to the latest fashion and trends
      • Members and their guests are required to wear proper attire on the golf course, driving range, chipping and putting greens
      • Shirts must be tucked except for golf shop-approved, banded-bottom shirts
      • Cargo shorts, jeans and short shorts are not permitted
      • Members are responsible for acquainting their guests, including children, with the dress rules
      • Children must observe the same dress code
      • Metal spikes aren’t allowed on the golf course, putting green and practice areas
      • While almost all types of headwear are deemed acceptable, members wearing baseball caps turned backwards, rally caps or hats bearing logos or printing of an offensive or profane nature are prohibited
      • Should a member or guest wear attire deemed inappropriate, the Caddie Manager and other staff are empowered to refuse that member or guest the privilege of play.
      • The Golf Professional Staff is prohibited from conducting lessons to anyone who is not dressed in proper golf attire



      Members and their guests are required to wear proper tennis attire and children must observe the same dress code

  • The Team
  • Employment
    • The Seawane Club boasts a dedicated and friendly team of staff members.

      We offer several seasonal and year-round opportunities for the right service professionals. Staff housing is available to those who qualify.

      Local and foreign staff must show positive attitudes, warm and friendly smiles, a team-first approach, a commitment to excellence and the desire to shine in a fun, healthy work environment.

      For staff with varying skill levels and expertise, there are opportunities for travel, education, training, and overall professional advancement.  We encourage our staff to reach their highest level of personal and career potential.

      Please email jessica@seawane.com for more information.
The seawane club
1300 Club DriveHewlett Harbor, NY 11557516.374.1110
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