By Kyle Klingman
NWHOF Dan Gable Museum
WATERLOO, Iowa—The National Wrestling Hall of Fame Dan Gable Museum has released it full slate of celebrities for the 15th annual Dan Gable Celebrity Golf Tournament.
The tournament will be held at Centennial Oaks Country Club in Waverly, Iowa, on Friday, June 6.
This year’s headline celebrity is Mike Golic. Golic is best known as co-host of the “Mike and Mike” show on ESPN. He played eight years in the NFL for the Houston Oilers, Philadelphia Eagles, and Miami Dolphins as defensive tackle. Golic also played football and wrestled for Notre Dame.
“My love for wrestling has always equaled my love for football,” said Golic. “To be associated with anything Dan Gable related is an honor.”
Four-person teams will be paired with a celebrity in this 18-hole, best ball tournament. Cost is $150 per person (you may register as a team or as an individual). Cost includes dinner, green fees, and cart. Dinner and live auction will follow the golf tournament with Dan Gable as the guest speaker. There are also sponsorship opportunities for interested businesses.
Jerry Roling Motors and Roling Ford are the presenting sponsors of this year’s Dan Gable Celebrity Golf Tournament. State Bank, with locations in Waverly and six other communities in Northeast Iowa, is this year’s Olympic champion sponsor.
Anyone interested in participating should contact the Dan Gable Museum at (319) 233-0745 or email@example.com. Sponsorship opportunities are also available.
You may also order online by clicking here.
Celebrities attending the Dan Gable Celebrity Golf Tournament
Nick Ackerman—NCAA wrestling champion
Mike Allen—Glen Brand Wrestling Hall of Fame of Iowa
John Alt—Kansas City Chiefs
Ed Banach—1984 Olympic wrestling champion
Tavian Banks—Jacksonville Jaguars
Larry Biittner—Chicago Cubs
Casey Blake—Cleveland Indians
Pete Bush—Glen Brand Wrestling Hall of Fame of Iowa
Craig Clemons—Chicago Bears
Don Denkinger—Major League umpire
Jared DeVries—Detroit Lions
Tim Dwight—Atlanta Falcons
Don Eddy—Chicago White Sox
Mike Eischeid—Oakland Raiders
Joel Greenlee—Glen Brand Wrestling Hall of Fame of Iowa
Ryan Hannam—Seattle Seahawks
Eric Keller—Wartburg head wrestling coach
Bruce Kimm—Chicago Cubs
Bruce Klosterman—Denver Broncos
Bob Kratch—New York Giants
Gary Kroeger—Saturday Night Live
Matt Kroul—New York Jets
Jim Miller—10x NCAA team champions at Wartburg
Mike Morris—Minnesota Vikings
Derek Pagel—New York Jets
Bobbi Petersen—UNI volleyball coach
Mack Reiter—Glen Brand Wrestling Hall of Fame of Iowa
Sage Rosenfels—Miami Dolphins
Matt Roth—Miami Dolphins
Doug Schwab—UNI head wrestling coach
Jed Smith—UNI strength coach
Mike Stensrud—Houston Oilers
Greg Stokes—Philadelphia 76ers
Tolly Thompson—NCAA wrestling champion
Matt Wagner—Seattle Mariners
Don Wengert—Oakland A’s
Chuck Yagla—1980 Olympian