Brittany’s description from Ammirati, Traquair and Horgan says in part “…but typically strongly wrinkled to folded into many convolutions and appearing more or less brain-like” G. esculenta in my experience is strongly inrolled/convoluted, and less globular.
Somewhat similar to G. sphaerospora in Smith, Smith & Weber, but should have nearly spherical spores. No spores shown in this obs.
Illustation in Smith, Smith & Weber for G. esculenta also shows more convoluted lobes. Descriptions states: "…subglobosue but irregular in outline, very wrinkled to folded over all but not pitted, yellowish, yellowish brown to bay brown or darker; stipe rather short, 2.5 cm long, 1-2.5 cm thick, furfuraceous to nearly glabrous, even to somewhat wrinkled; spores 17-22 × 7-9 microns, smooth.
Key seems to be in the spore shape on this one. But if I had to guess, maybe G. sphaerospora?