Guest Information


  • Directions
    • From Rte 6

      • Exit 6 Hyannis- Rte 132 South toward Hyannis.

      • Follow Rte 132 until you cross over Phinnys Lane and at the next set of lights (next to the Cape Codder Motel) bear right onto Bearse’s Way.

      • Immediately after turn right onto Pitcher’s Way.

      • Follow Pitcher’s Way across both Rte. 28 and West Main St.

      • Through residential housing, to a 4 way stop and go directly across onto Scudder Ave.

      • Stay on Scudder until your reach a 3 way Stop at Irving Avenue.

      • Turn right onto Irving Avenue.

      • At the top of Irving enter our parking lot and enjoy.
  • Parking
    • The club has two parking lots – at the entrance to the club house and one behind the pro shop accessed via Marchant Mill Way (off of Scudder Avenue before you reach Irving Avenue). SUV’s, station wagons or sedans with bike racks that considerably lengthen the vehicle must park either in one of the 10 marked spaces along the front guardrail in the main lot, or in the pro shop lot or in the Church lot. The club may only use St. Andrews’ Church lot when the church is not using it. Please do not park along Irving Avenue, cars parked there may be towed.

      When parking in the church lot, please do not park in any of the posted NO PARKING spots no matter the day of the week or time of day. Parking is also not permitted between the NO PARKING signs in the Church Lot.

  • Dress Codes
    • All members are encouraged to help preserve the Hyannisport Club’s tradition by honoring its dress code. The basic cornerstone of our dress code continues to be based on “good taste” and respect for the Club and its members. It is the responsibility of each member to insure that all family members and guests conform to the Club’s dress code. If you have any questions regarding appropriate attire, please contact the Club Manager, the Golf Pro Shop or the Tennis Pro Shop staffs for assistance. The Club Manager, Golf and Tennis Professionals and their staffs are responsible for enforcing the Club’s dress code. Clubhouse, golf course and tennis privileges will not be granted to members and guests who are not in compliance with the dress code. No employee is authorized to waive these rules. If a member notices a potential dress code infraction, it should be brought to the attention of a staff member, and not addressed member to member.

      The following clothing is never appropriate or permitted: Casual t-shirts and t-shirts with graphics, tank tops and all collarless shirts for men/boys, short shorts, cargo pants/shorts, sweatpants, any athletic attire other than golf/tennis attire, clothing with exposed midriffs, bathing suits, cover-ups and ALL blue and black denim clothing. Ripped, torn, faded or cut-off styles of any kind of apparel are also never permitted on the Club’s property.

      Men and boys are to wear shirts with collars, slacks or appropriate golf or Bermuda style shorts. Men must remove hats when they enter the inside dining areas. Unless the shirt is designed to be worn outside the pants, shirts must be tucked in.

      Women and girls are required to wear equally appropriate attire.

      Golf Course

      On the golf course and practice areas, only soft soled and soft spiked golf shoes are permitted. It is recommended members and guests use only non-aggressive soft spikes. Golf shoes must be worn on the golf course; therefore, sandals, dress shoes, or bare feet are not permitted. All hats and visors must be worn facing forward.

      Tennis Courts

       An ALL WHITE dress code is required with the exception of colored tennis shoes, and while white hats are preferred, color is allowed. Men must wear either collared shirts or collarless performance tennis shirts. Women’s attire allows collarless tops, including collarless performance tennis shirts. Running shoes (or any deeply grooved sneakers), tee shirts, tank tops which expose the midriff and running shorts are
      unacceptable. All hats and visors must be worn facing forward.

      Clubhouse

      Informal and business casual dress is allowed in the Clubhouse. Jackets and ties are always welcome, but not required unless specified by a particular event notice/invitation. Proper golf attire is welcome for lunch, afternoons and dinner. In addition, for lunch and during the afternoons, proper tennis attire is also welcome in the Clubhouse. (Tennis attire is NOT permitted for evening dining.)
  • Golf Course Information