Doesn't that distort your handicap? 2 mulligans is the equivalent of at least 4 strokes. You hit the shot, why not live with the result. If you miss an 8 foot putt would you consider taking a mulligan? I doubt it. Yet there really is no difference. And as meenman pointed out, even the possibility of taking a mulligan on a tough tee shot takes a lot of the pressure off. I play friendly matches all the time where no one would even dream of cheating.
Hey, do what you want, but the only one you are fooling is yourself. And you have no basis or right to then criticize someone else because they cheat more, or in a different way, than you do.
I actually challenge myself on errant tee shots to hit a good recovery shot and save par. But yes I am trying to eliminate the max 2 mulligans per round all together.
I was more agitated because my friend posted his score on FB (89) without mentioning the 4-5 mulligans.
Also would mention if I was playing for money, club tournament, or in group where we outright said "ok lets see who has the best score at the end" then of course no mulligans.
For amateur golfers, I think most would agree mulligans are ok to use in group play, if used in moderation.