I shot 107.
It was on the Stonemont course at Stone Mountain yesterday, which I had never played. It was also the first time I'd been on a golf course in a couple of months due to a back injury. I started off pretty well, with a bogey on the first (the hardest hole on the course according to the starter), a par, followed by another bogey. Then I went double, quad, triple, double, triple, double to round out the front. Overall, I hit nine fairways, but my approaches were dismal, and my short game was a hot mess. I also three putted a lot, and just generally found myself out of sync for most of the round.
We played the whites, and in all honesty, I probably should have played from the gold tees, because I was not able to reach many par fours in regulation. In fact, I only hit two greens in regulation all day; the second and the 18th, which I three putted for a bogey six. I just felt like I wasn't getting any turn, which is to be expected after that long of a lay-off. I did go out in the backyard this afternoon and get in some work, and I started to feel a bit of my timing returning.