In a perfect world, each set of tees should be "balanced", some in front of normal, some behind, so that the total yardage is fairly close to the yardage on the card. This is a recommendation for handicap purposes. If that is done, someone playing the more forward tee might get a little advantage on one hole, but be disadvantaged at a different hole. As long as the total distances are relatively close to the card yardage, it should be fair over the length of the round.
You do not always make the catch. I could not find the shot I referred to in order to post a video but he threw it very high. Below is video of him at another time where it was never catchable.
I believe you can have emotion but not let the emotion out of control. I know this is a different situation, but let's say you are driving and someone cuts you off. I can see honking the horn of using some sign language but cutting them of in retaliation and risking an accident is not cool, even if no accident occurs.
I'm not saying DQ him or that I now hate him, just noted that I felt the club through excessive and risky to the green.