Darrell McKee is a Canadian curler from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. He is a three-time provincial champion.
McKee and Bruce Korte have long been teammates, and together, formed teams among the best in Saskatchewan. They have been on again-off again teammates since 1998. For most of that time, McKee played third for Korte, but beginning in 2009, McKee and Korte switched positions.
Korte and McKee played in their first Brier together in 2000, after winning the provincial championship, along with teammates Roger Korte and Rory Golanowski. The team finished the round robin off with a 5-6 record, short of the playoffs. Two years later, the team won to date, their only Grand Slam of Curling victory, winning the Masters of Curling over Jeff Stoughton.
From 2002 to 2005, McKee left the team, but was an alternate for them when they made the Brier in 2004.
It would be ten years before McKee would win a second provincial championship, qualifying for the 2010 Tim Hortons Brier in Halifax. McKee's team consists of both Korte's and a new lead in Rob Markowsky.