Keith Rever has been involved in golf for many years. He won the city amateur championship nine times; the Saskatchewan Amateur Golf Championship in 1959 and 1962; was a member of nine Willingdon Cup teams 1959 and 1962-1969, including the 1964 championship team.
Rever was a director of the Wascana Country Club for 15 years (president in 1980) and board member of the Saskatchewan Golf Association, serving as president in 1972 and 1973.
At the national level, he was a governor of the Royal Canadian Golf Association from 1976 to 1985, and on the executive from 1986 to 1990, with a one-year term as president in1989.
His contributions to golf include establishing the Canadian Pro-Am Championship and serving as captain of the Canadian team at Japan’s Pacific Team Championship in 1989.