You were right that "stats can be hard to decipher at times".
Another question if you are using tournament win % would be, do CC tournaments count? If they do then 10th out of 12 may look good in the % but could be achieved with any score. I didn't mean that to refer to the current player but in general.
Even if neither count you were probably comparing a player playing mainly in tournaments for the top players to one who's stat's come mainly from TM and below competitions.
Sorry, I just don't like the stat's we are given being used as comparisons. Someone (Robert I think but I could be wrong) was saying in another thread to look at the par 3,4 and 5 averages as a guide to ability and thinking about this I thought what a poor guide they actually are unless you're really careful.
The number of rounds involved would be vital as more should (hopefully) lower the numbers. The equipment journey we take, some don't upgrade much for a very long time others as soon as they can and many times. What we play; If I scored 67 on uel in high wind at PH and 60 in low wind at BB I'd be happier with the former but my stat's wouldn't. That's even before we go to red tee. Many more factors too.
I didn't say anything there as the overall point being made was fair enough and it was prefaced with something like "at least", sorry for going a bit off subject with it here it's just... damn stat's!
Back to the player, I'm puzzled, if you were to look only at the recent rg's (and you'd have to assume 200c rg's aren't a smokescreen) then you'd think no problem (I think he was a total of about 20 shots behind you in the two). I was tempted to think the 55 was just a round where everything went right but there are others (71 bop 5, 57 BB etc etc) that I am surprised to see after 3 months and less than 300 rounds.
My guess would be a multi but only someone about my standard, rather than a top player looking to sweep up. Of course there's no proof of any cheating so I could see how it's pretty hard for wgt to do anything on what we see, hopefully they see more.