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This profile was last updated on 10/3/15  and contains information from public web pages.

Golf Course Superintendent

Phone: (303) ***-****  
Castle Pines Country Club
6400 Country Club Drive
Castle Rock , Colorado 80108
United States

Company Description: Established in 1986, The Country Club at Castle Pines is a Colorado mountain golf club located just minutes south of the Denver Tech Center and features an...   more

Employment History

  • Superintendent
    Country Club at Castle Pines


  • degree , Turfgrass Management
    The Pennsylvania State University
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The Country Club at Castle Pines ... [cached]
The Country Club at Castle Pines would like to congratulate Sean McCue for 20 years of service as the golf course superintendent at the club. McCue has served in this position through many staff and club changes but still enjoys his job every single day. "I love my job and the club and its members," remarked McCue.
The Country Club at Castle Pines View Library Document: Club Contacts [cached]
Sean McCue - Golf Course Superintendent Phone: 303-688-5980 Email:
The Country Club at Castle Pines View Library Document: Club Management [cached]
Sean McCue - Golf Course Superintendent
Golf Course Superintendent, Sean McCue is originally from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and has been in Colorado for the last 14 years. He has a degree from The Pennsylvania State University in Turfgrass Management, and has fine tuned his skills at some of the nation's finest private clubs such as Riviera.
Blog Roll - GCI - Golf Course Industry [cached]
Sean McCue, Country Club at Castle Pines Golf Course; Denver, Colorado
Sean McCue, The Country Club at Castle Pines Golf Course; Castle Rock, Colorado
Dave Wilber: Turfgrass Zealot - [cached]
In a post in the TurfNet Turf Blog Aggregator this week, Sean McCue of Castle Pines said, "While driving around today I noticed an interesting phenomenon from applications of iron and other biostimulants to some of our trees.
Ok... so, first off, If you don't know Sean, you should. He's an amazing guy and hats off to him. He's like all those guys in Colorado, not much to do this time of year (kidding) (sorta).
So Sean is saying here that he has a brew of Iron and some bio-stim stuff and he makes apps every couple of weeks to help the trees at his place resist the changes that may come from the use of effluent water and the additional salts that come with said water.
It really isn't always just a calcium thing as far as application goes. One, the iron he is applying may make some of the natural soil calcium carbonate, that is usually very tightly held (read: highly buffered) release a bit (read: create free lime). The carbon from his biological also helps sequester salts and keep them from being plant available. So the combo of the two makes for some good results.
Thanks to Sean for being a good thinker and my 'wishes to be anonymous question writer' who had a good question despite being a chicken.
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