Sometimes I see kids crossing the fairways to get to the woods trails or other houses, and most of the time they do NOT look at the tee boxes when they do. Other times, I've seen them skateboarding on the cart paths; I've even seen a few middle aged couples biking on the paths.
Once I ran into a guy fishing in a hazard that's behind one of the greens in a spot that's invisible to the fairway. My foursome and I hit into the green, and only saw him when we got there. He could have easily been hit by an errant approach, but looked as if he was miffed by us disturbing him when we putted out.
Another time I was teeing it up with a friend on the third hole when we spotted something in the left fairway bunker. #3 is a dogleg left where you stand a good chance of cutting across it and ending up with a short wedge in. A well curved shot will pass right over that bunker, which had kids making sand castles in it while the mom looked on. One of them threw the rakes into the fairway. They left about ten seconds before we were going to call the pro shop after we had waved and yelled for a bit.
I'm sorry this turned into a rant, but I'm just wondering if anyone else has had any experiences like these and if I am justifiably mad. Do I have a right to get upset about this?