A majority of these guys dick around and take too much time. J.B. especially. Jason Day is another 5-hour round guy.
I know these guys are competing for a lot of money, but it doesn't exactly make me interested to tune-in on a Sunday afternoon, not even when there's snow on the ground and nothing to do outside (unless it's a major). And even then I've got the DVR cooking, intentionally delay watching for a few hours so I can FFW through the ass-scratching, mindless chatter in the booth and overall silly bullcrap.
As to his decision to go for it or lay-up.... can't speak to that, because I didn't watch. So for me to be critical of anything other than his habitually slow-ass play would be improper, only to say that if it did take him 5 minutes to determine the triangulation of the moon, the incoming tides, and the planet's center-of-gravity put upon that specific parcel of land that he was on as he was about to play his next shot - it doesn't come as a shock.
He's one of the slowest players on tour. Notoriously slow.