And just like the real world where dirty businessmen or politicians 'lie and deny' until their problem blows over--the same thing can happen here; when posters come out and shoot down the conspiracy theories.
Hmmm but yelling that dinosaurs walked with us because someone finds the shape of 1 old shoe nearby, and the proof of that being that everyone says the finder is a fruit loop don't work either you might agree,
Hard to work out your standard of play as mostly you are a CC man. Going back you have some RRs at Beth F9. Brutally they are not remarkable scores at the easiest F9 going.
This looks a classic case of questing for TL, using WGTs easy own adventure to TL route, and then up against the real big guns coming up way short because you are not ready.
All is not lost though, just need to learn more. However the TL badge, got from the easy route, does not magic you to top big gun standard. Yes cheats exist, but out of those and the genuine players that are good your score history says you do not have the experience to go in that mix yet.
TL only RG - waste of space time wise;
Open RGs - You play against the best (cheats there too of course);
Legend only - Some good Ls and m/a heaven also in the mix.
However WGT cut it WGT consistently get the way they set up RGs wrong for TLs.
If you want to enter a 3rd RG I would suggest only doing it on a course you have a RR track record of doing v well on in real conditions. Don't take any of it the wrong way, but also don't let that voodoo from the inept make you think you can't compete eventually. Bit less of the average buster CC stuff, and bit more real course stuff, and will be fine (after a little while). Or just carry on with the CC easy as average busting stuff, but obviously don't expect to have the skills for RG type level of comp.