Etiquette vs pace of play
At the Worlds, my son was paired up with a playing partner with oversensitive caddy and another with an over noisy entourage. Needless to say, the round was a bit tense than I like.
The former caddy barked at the other for slightest movement or noise, waived off the entourage spectator from walking ahead of the group, and prevented us from putting our clubs away after our shots.
The other caddy was annoyed that the group was playing so slow and didn't hold back on his frustration.
We ended up getting carded half way through our round.
How do you balance etiquette vs pace of play?
Do you move when others are going through their pre-shot routine?
Do you take practice swings when not your turn?
How bout moving ahead of the group to your ball after your turn but before others?
How about walking around the green to read your putt, while it's not your turn?
If not your turn, when are you allowed to move, and when should you freeze like Olaf?