Some of us just make it look easy, but not everyone has the fortitude and character to handle 120+ rounds of golf a year, good scotch, and a big fat steak multiple times a week.
As Dirty Harry famously said, “A good man knows his limitations...” You might just be better off playing bridge, drinking wine spritzers, and eating a nice salad with the ladies.
I'll play in just about any conditions, but it never gets really bad in the Bay Area. The only time I have quit a round due to conditions was because heavy rains made the course unplayable, not because I wasn't willing to put up with it.
No sympathy for the OP here. Just take a month, or two off from golf. @Archie44 is probably burnt out...from the extra sunshie. We get well over 300 days of sunshine in our neck of the woods/desert..
Go fishing. Work on another hobby for a while. Funny thing about golf is that your clubs, and the golf courses will always be available later on. You will be fine.
I golf year around, for 11 months. I take the month of October off, from serious golf every year, just to avoid what the OP discribed.
I still practice everyday, and will play a round or two in October, but mostly I just "R&R" my body, and golf equipment. Maybe try to learn a new shot or something.