Last night of league play.
Shot a 42.
Quad bogie on 12, par 4 (forgot how to chip, left club face open, etc)
Bogie on 13, par 3 (missed 4 ft putt)
Double bogie on 14, par 4
The rest were pars and a birdie on 18.
par 5 I was on in 2, driver 8 iron but still 3 putted!
Was the guy who had his clubs stolen a bit over the top? Yes. But society and government as a whole has become soft on crime. There are no enough cops to deal with this sort of crime beyond taking a report, they have bigger fish to catch. I don't find it surprizing that some people say " enough" and deal with the situation themselves even if it's harshly prior to the cops arriving. What is surprizing, and disgusting, is that the perp has a chance at a payday resulting from HIS decision to steal. A good azz whooping should be the least of his concerns. The thieves ought to be scared of the judicial system, which they are not.
Personally I think your mind and body are tired. I had the same problem. I took a week off, then stopped keeping score. I pay attention on a per-hole basis, but I don't write anything down. I also freely take mulligans these days; life is too short to worry about the small stuff like rules. :) Of course, I can do this because I don't have or care about an official handicap.
Funny thing is, once I stopped worrying about a score and making GIRs and in general playing like a golfer I'm not, I found that I was swinging more freely and making more pars and bogeys.