Retired, and for the last couple of years have averaged somewhere around 125+ rounds per year, which represents April through November on average. The last couple of seasons I've found myself playing more out of an obligation than truly wanting to play much too often. Those days/rounds were fairly obvious based on my scores for those rounds... interesting in that when I really wanted to be out playing and enjoying the entire experience - my scores reflected it.
No, you're not going crazy BB....
Even with something as trivial as golf, there is this thing called balance. Balancing your time, your desire to play, your downtime, your time spent on things that enable you to go play those days without focusing so much on things outside of golf.
Not to mention the bad-habit aspect. I play a lot of tournaments per year, and just trying to get my game ready for tournament competitions borders on burnout stage. I've been fortunate in that I've somehow found my game/putting peaking at the right time to remain competitive, but funny how when the tournament portion of my season is over - I struggle. Not because I've stopped putting in the time to play and work on my game, but basically because I'm golfed-out and honestly play more out of obligation than a genuine desire to be out on the course. Take several days off, maybe even a week? Much sharper and more focused.
Moderation is never a bad thing.