"Now this is not the first time he has done this on the course. These are the kinds of people that give golf at a muni a bad name and I hope that I never lower myself to his level"
Sucks when there are folks like that on the course..... most especially when they're behind you and you know they're going to hit in.
Anyway, I may have mentioned this before, but here's what had happened when I played a local muni nearby. I was joined by two nice gents, a father and son visiting from out of state. Our pace were just as fast as the front- sometimes waiting. On the fifth hole we were on the tee waiting to play, a ball lands near us no one heard "fore", but no harm no foul. The owner of the ball came and found his ball while we were playing- he never apologized nor he had any intention of waiting till we played. He just got over the ball talking loudly with his pals and played- never saying a word to us. No harm no foul, but it was odd, ...we kept on tailing the group in front and had our fun going. Another incident, the ball rolled passed us on the fairway, but we were leaving anyway so no harm no foul again, but we're now looking back at those guys. On the 9th green, we were putting, and three out of four balls landed on the green- 20-30 feet around us, but now we all thought this was crazy. We all look back... the four guys had brimmed hats... no one knew who they were but they were rude for doing that. I told the father and son to leave the green right away and meet me on the 10th tee. I gathered the three balls they hit on the green and I headed for the clubhouse and got a hold of the GM- I told him the story and that he needed to secure our safety from these guys... The foursome came and followed me in the clubhouse. To shorten the story, the brimmed hats left the course. We got hot dogs and drinks on the GM and he comped the next round to be back another time. (It pays to know the GM sometimes.)