I make every attempt to give some players the benefit of the doubt. To me, it's not about how quick or how slow you are, but how you carry yourself on the golf course. That's why I've always given Jim Furyk the benefit of the doubt, because he might take his time on the greens, but he's never been anything other than a class act who has nothing bad to say about his fellow competitors, the course setup in the majors, etc.
But when Keegan Bradley showed his ass a few years back with Miguel Angel Jimenez as his playing partner - I stopped giving him the benefit of the doubt. Miguel had every reason, if not an outright obligation to the rest of the field, to make sure that the rules were being followed... not just for the rest of the field, but also for Keegan himself! And Keegan clearly wanted no part of it, telling Miguel numerous times to go back to his ball and leave him alone.
Uh, no. That's bullshit. These guys are competing for a lot of money, their livelihoods. The minute you tell me to go back to my ball and mind my own business - I'm gonna hang around and make sure you're not up to no good. And anyone who would rub Miguel Angel Jimenez the wrong way has to be a serious prick, because he's easily one of the most likable guys on tour.