The Jeyes Professional and Amateur Tournament was an Irish golf tournament played from 1962 to 1966. The event featured a number of amateurs who competed for separate prizes. The event was sponsored by Jeyes Group.
The inaugural event in 1962 featured 22 professionals and 22 amateurs who competed for separate prizes. An Irish amateur, David Sheahan finished on 282, winning the amateur section by 8 strokes, and ahead of all the professionals, led by Denis Hutchinson on 283.
|1962||David Sheahan (a)||Ireland||Royal Dublin Golf Club||282||1 stroke||Denis Hutchinson||(550)|
|1963||Guy Wolstenholme||England||Royal Dublin Golf Club||269||12 strokes||Frank Phillips||700|
|1964||Christy O'Connor Snr||Ireland||Cork Golf Club||276||1 stroke||Peter Thomson||450|
|1965||Peter Alliss||England||Bangor Golf Club||271||4 strokes||Dave Thomas||450|
|1966||Dave Thomas||Wales||Killarney Golf Club||207||1 stroke||Peter Alliss||500|
In 1962 Hutchinson won the professional section and took the first prize of £550. The 1966 event was reduced to 54 holes when bad weather caused the abandonment of the final round.
- "New golf tournament". The Times. 3 October 1961. p. 3.
- "Amateur wins big Irish tournament". The Glasgow Herald. 4 June 1962. p. 4.
- "Wolstenholme wins Jeyes tournament". The Glasgow Herald. 26 May 1963. p. 4.
- "O'Connor's victory in Jeyes". The Glasgow Herald. 25 May 1964. p. 8.
- "Big Jeyes prize goes to P Alliss". The Glasgow Herald. 14 June 1965. p. 3.
- "Jeyes event abandoned". The Glasgow Herald. 13 June 1966. p. 4.