As weak as my eyes are I have to check, recheck, check again and then look once more through binos before I can draw and aim. Making good shots while aiming at the wrong spot simply sucks and at this point in my archery life I need more than to just hit the 10 ring. If all I was trying to do was to keep it in the 10 I'd be much quicker and also bored silly. But I really enjoy playing the game to the absolute best of my ability so I'll do my thing and it really shouldn't bother other archers. Typically my group of 4 or 5 are not the slowest on the course. If you are in a group of 2 or 3 it is likely you are finishing quicker than we are but it's not necessarily a problem for you or I.
If you like to roll around a course you have to learn to happily deal with skipping past groups that move slower. If you shoot in a slow group then you have to learn how to happily help faster groups get around you.
If the club is allowing large groups (more than 5) on the course AND those groups are slowing everyone down by not making way for faster groups then that is an entirely different issue. That large group is full of jerks and the club is letting them be jerks.