Could be physical, could be mental. If you aren't feeling sore, or mechanically incorrect, you may want to take what I call a "thinking break"
Just a few days rest. I do this because I get too 'automatic' when playing rounds. I just go out throw with no regard to the course or conditions. After I'm back from my thinking break things seem clearer, easier and I feel more in touch with my shot.
Maybe something you could try. It often works for me.
Now this is what I'm talking about. I'm just lookin to razzle some people up.
Cooper: I'm looking for practice on Mondays and Wednesdays, after 5pm. Any off weekend of tournaments, i'd rather keep my game in shape with repetitious throwing. It's inevitable that we'll be called into situations that require us to play casual rounds on said practice days, but if we get a good enough rotation, that wont matter.
In my case of practice, I need to explore shots that are over 300 feet, with special disc flight characteristics. Tee shots essentially. I've got a pretty solid regiment of midrange and putting that I stick to.
I meant touring pros, so you've got me on that one. But who? It's a city of Masters and has-beens IMO. I never see anyone practicing. I've never been shared a training regiment by anyone. Its just round after round. I wonder if anyone really wants to get better around these parts --- or just sit back and have "fun" on par 54 courses.