Went out in 33. After my first bogey on the 13th, my cart partner and good buddy got silent. He was making me more nervous not talking than had he been talking about a possible result. I asked him to loosen up and he was soon busting my chops per our usual banter. That helped a bunch.
I really didn't think I hit it spectacular or anything, and my only bogey came on a missed three footer. Only rolled in one bomb ~20'. I really thought rounds in the 60's would start coming in droves after that.....wrong. My next revision was also my first better than scratch. Only had a two or three of those after that.
Three days later, I fired a smooth 83. Felt like a hundred.
What a game.