In 1993 the club celebrated its Centenary with a match between Colin Montgomerie and The Club Champion, Callum Brown. It was an evenly contested match watched by a large crowd from Jedburgh and the other Border Towns. In 1998, the club purchased land from Lothian Estates and local farmers with the intention of extending the course to 18 holes. The new layout was designed in 2002 by Alistair Connell of Paisley with construction beginning in December 2003 and completed in the summer of 2005. The new 9 holes were opened for general play in June 2006. Monty's putt finishes inches from the hole on the second green with the Dunion Hill in the background. Celebrating the centenary of Jedburgh Golf Club, Colin Montgomerie was a splendid guest joking and chatting with the crowds as he played the 1993 club champion - Calum Brown.