Well people get what they give. And I don't considered grabbing a hot dog and a drink and expecting to go back on the course to finish the round I paid for acting like a buffoon. If you do that appears to be your problem.
Nobody is acting like an internet tough guy, I can promise you what. Your immaturity is preventing you from utilizing the space between your ears to properly sense that my tone was one of logic and reason. If you took offense to that, which you clearly did as you're on the defensive, you are again acting childish.
If you can't see the common sense in this scenario, I don't know what to tell you.
If you are ahead of my group and you go into the club house, your "entitled position" is behind the group in front of you. If I come up to the turn several groups later and you try to get out, you do not belong in front of me and yes - any respectable course would make you wait. If you don't like that rule or logic, don't disappear into the clubhouse forever. Hell, you may never have that happen to you. But, I'm trying to educate you in the event that it does happen to you so that you are prepared.
The only person acting like a "tough guy" is the one claiming they'd laugh and ignore people and tee off anyway. I'd expect that from somebody between 15-18. Again, everything I highlighted in bold clearly depicts how you are.
How is laughing at your asinine opinion and going ahead and teeing off acting like a tough guy? Again I am finishing the round I pay for. Y'all can all hold hands and think about the way things should be while I smile, eat my hot dog and tee off 10 in front of you.