Carol McCue

Inducted: 1989

McCue was executive director of the Chicago District Golf Association for over forty years. When she took over the CDGA office, it was a one-person operation. She saw the district grow into the computer age, overseeing the computerization of handicaps long before the USGA followed suit. The CDGA also started the Illinois Open under her reign, commenced the annual Masters charter, and expanded the association's reach by adding public courses to active membership. McCue, still active in golf, served as tournament chairman for the United States Public Links Championship in 1989, the year after creating the Sizzler, one of the country's largest junior tournaments, while serving as a vice president of Jemsek Golf.