tell me mobile is the same as PC.
um, are we writing in different languages... what I wrote was --
I would say it is different, not necessarily harder.
If you try and go back and forth between both platforms it can throw you off a bit...
that said, the type of mobile device a person is using can possibly effect how well the player does. I would think trying to play on a small phone is a little harder than a small tablet. As the mobile platform device increases in screen size, I would say it likely also feels easier. I am aware some mobile users play on what would be considered large or "small PC" size screen tablets. Take the Samsung Galaxy View at 18.4" screen size.
Do you really think a person playing on a large tablet screen will view the mobile game the same as a person on a cell phone? There are multiple layers to the mobile playing experience.
Some mobile users also use OTG cables to connect a mouse to their tablet/device. Others may download and play on an android emulator they then play on a desktop PC.
There are simply many variations involved and I am sure they all seem to play slightly differently from each other.
Again, subtle adjustments may be applied to each platform but it does not make one qualitatively harder than the other... and I feel focusing on one specific platform actually makes that particular platform a bit easier to become more consistent on.
The current mobile only weekly WGT tournament is on Kiawah, one of the courses where players feel "dots lie" especially on mobile... yet there are already 4 Tour Champs with 27's, 1 Champ with a 27, and 2 Tour Legends with 28's.
Those scores are all comparable to what you will see on desktop PC by the top players.