5 hrs is fine for me if I am out practicing. If I am practicing ( hitting multiple tee shots, trying different approaches, chipping from different spots and checking the green slopes) I am letting anyone I see play through. If I am out playing on my own in regular medal play, I'd be shocked if I took longer than 3:30.
I pick up the clubs I find and if the owner has not come looking for them by the time I'm done with my round I leave them at the clubhouse or pro shop. To me, keeping the club would be theft and I would never be able to play a found club without feeling guilty.
I too like his swagger and what appears to be mind game he plays with his competitors. I also like his candidness in the press room especially on slow play. I wish more tour players would complain about slow play. If enough players complain, I am sure the tour would do something about it.
Tour is spineless organization unwilling to enforce slow play penalties.