J. Randall Reifers
Sport(s): Golf (Men's)
Randy Reifers didn't take up golf until age 13. Just eight years later, he was the number one golfer on DePauw's team and a teammate of former vice-president Dan Quayle '69. He was selected one of three MVPs in the ICC Tournament his sophomore year. He finished 16th at the ICC tournament as a junior and fourth as a senior, just three strokes off the lead. He was voted MVP by his teammates as a junior. Perhaps his greatest golf achievements occurred after graduation from DePauw. He was the two-time Ohio Amateur Champion and once runner-up; the Ohio Mid-Amateur Champion in 1994 and runner-up in 1986; two-time Columbus District Amateur Champion and three-time runner-up; was an eight-time contestant in the United States Amateur and United States Mid-Amateur Championships; and was the Pete Dye Cup Champion in 1984. He has been active as a member and director of the United States Golf Association and the Columbus District Golf Association. He is an active member of Phi Kappa Psi fraternity, Bishop Watterson High School Athletic Boosters Club and has been a coach for the Dublin (Ohio) Youth Basketball League. Reifers has been a furniture manufacturer's representative for the past 26 years and has earned numerous sales awards. He and his wife, Allison, are parents of Erin and Kyle, and live in Dublin, Ohio.