WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, WV -
The 2014 Greenbrier Classic has released the celebrities who will play in the Wednesday, July 2 Pro-Am.
According to a news release, tournament officials announced Saturday that college coaches John “Doc” Holliday and Dan D’Antoni from Marshall University, Tony Gibson and Ron Everhart from West Virginia University, and Frank Beamer and Buzz Williams from Virginia Tech will participate in the Wednesday Pro-Am at The Greenbrier Classic.
Also from the college ranks, the Wednesday Pro-Am will feature former Marshall head football coach Bob Pruett, hall of famer and former West Virginia Head football coach Don Nehlen, and West Virginia University basketball legend Rod “Hot Rod” Hundley.
Additional celebrities joining the Pro-Am are NASCAR Sprint Cup driver Denny Hamlin, comedian and actor George Lopez, Duck Dynasty stars Jase and Willie Robertson and country music singer-songwriter and founding member of Lady Antebellum Charles Kelley.