City Park Nine Staff#
Matt Magley, Head Professional#
Matt is a 39 year Colorado native. He grew up in Longmont, Colorado and later went on to complete his Bachelors Degree in Finance from the University of Northern Colorado. He has 16 years experience working in the golf industry, with the last 13 for the City of Fort Collins. Matt enjoys teaching, and gave many lessons during his ten years as the lead instructor at Southridge. He earned his PGA Class A certification in 2014. Matt is dedicated to professional growth, and continued learning about the game and business of golf. He enjoys going to work everyday and feels blessed to have such a wonderful job in such a wonderful town.
Peter Ivy, Assistant Professional#
Peter was born in San Jose, California and moved to Fort Collins as a young child. He attended Fort Collins High School and was a 2002 graduate, where he was part of a State Title Team in 2001. Peter attended college at the University of Northern Colorado. He has been playing golf for over 20 years and working at City Park Nine for 10 years. He enjoys the teaching aspect of his job especially working with beginners and young kids.
Casey Anderson, Assistant Superintendent#
Casey Anderson was born and raised in Breckenridge, Colorado. After college, Casey started working for the Town of Breckenridge Public Works division and fell in love with the turf industry. Casey moved to Fort Collins in May 2010, where he started as a year-round seasonal worker at Spring Canyon Community Park. Casey started as a Parks Technician at City Park Nine Golf Course in May 2015. He has since worked at Collindale Golf Course and had a short stint at Paynes Valley Golf Course and Top of the Rock Golf course as a part of Big Cedar Lodge Golf. Casey moved back to the City of Fort Collins in May 2021 to work as a Golf Technician and was promoted to Assistant Superintendent in 2022.
Jordan Diede, Assistant Superintendent#
Jordan graduated from Colorado State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Turfgrass Management. His passion for grounds maintenance began in high school, while working on the Grounds Crew at the Colorado Springs Sky Sox, Triple A affiliate of the Colorado Rockies. He has led a Rolland Moore Park team as well as being an integral part at Southridge. In addition to work with the city, Jordan has worked in the golf industry at The Harmony Club, The Broadmoor and Pine Creek Golf Course. He holds 4 certifications from the Irrigation Association and actively collaborates with local groups to ensure a lasting future for golf in northern Colorado. Outside of work, Jordan enjoys woodworking and spending time with his wife, Kendra, and his cat, Banx.