This 18-hole private golf course was first designed by Devereux Emmet on land that had been reclaimed from the marshes. After a great start, the course fell into decline until it was rescued by the residents of Hewlett Harbor in the 1960s. Frank Duane, Stephen Kay and Doug Smith have all been involved in renovations over time, which totaled more than $4.5 million. Today, the course is reminiscent of a Scottish landscape with traditional bunkers and tiered greens. The fairways are wide and the greens are fast. The part nearest to the ocean has water hazards and the wind is always a concern; otherwise, this is a relatively easy course to play successfully. The grounds are always immaculate. Other amenities include a 22-tee driving range, caddy service, a health club, pools, tennis courts, equipment rental and a well-stocked Pro shop. Dining opportunities include a mixed grill, snack bar, dining room, terrace settings and a full bar. Seawane has a reciprocal guest policy with neighboring clubs.