The way I read it, the 2some was at least a shot behind every hole if they were waiting for the group ahead of them to get on the green before teeing off.
I see no issue with what @kpaulhus did. If anything they should have let you through just so you weren't "pressuring" them to speed up every hole. Everyone would have had a much better time as a result.
Very cool round of golf for Na. Never been a fan but I am now. He started thinking about getting the record for quickest round ever on the back 9. Ironic and kinda funny cuz he's not known for being a burner. Shoots +2 on the front.
Starts running to his ball, racing his caddy, just having a blast on the back. Plays -4 on the back, birdieing the final 4 holes. 1:59:52 for the entire 18. Never did hear if that's the record but it sure was funny. Cool guy.
Nope. Both men in their 40's. Couldnt hit a drive over 200 yards. They didnt wait on a par 3 because they took so long on the hole prior that the 4some had already finished and were on the next tee.
I guess I should rephrase my question, if a group is waiting on you on every hole, as in almost pulling up as your group is teeing off, should you let them through. Most guys know each other at our club, but I had never seen this twosome before, and one of them was a guest. The foursome waived us up on the next hole once we got through the twosome anyways.