I really hope that WGT can somehow detect this program and other cheats like it, though am skeptical of that ability.
There are some great players on here and they should be the ones clamoring for action because it's videos and posts like this that stir up the masses who then come on the forums and level cheating accusations against anyone who shoots under 60.
Were I in charge, I would have either offer official staff-monitored playing facilities around the world for the Open finals, or just do has been suggested in the past and fly everyone to SF for a big main event under observation. Sure, it would be expensive, but how much is your reputation worth? The top players are awesome to watch on video--let's give the masses a chance to see them play live. I would pay real money for a ticket.
This is just the tip of the iceberg and it's really hard to take the game seriously as a "competition" when cheats like this are widely available. I will still continue to play because I have a lot of fun with it and meet great people. But I'm through with putting credits on the line in any fashion and I'm seriously thinking about using the free balls instead of buying them.
Online games are defined in pretty simple terms: Candy Crush Saga is "something my sister is always playing on Facebook." TWO has always been "that crappy cartoon game" to me. Unfortunately, WGT is quickly headed to "pretty courses, but everyone cheats" status. If I were an investor, advertiser, or anyone with a meaningful stake in the game that kind of growing sentiment would scare the hell out of me and I'd take every step possible to nip it in the bud. I currently do not see that effort from the powers that be at WGT and it's a shame because this is a great game.