I wouldn't count on a response from WGT myself, but I have read it all before.
This is a common misunderstanding: that because you have the same clubs and balls etc. and hit the same shot, your outcome will be the same as anybody else's. Not always the case.
The Automatically adapting virtual equipment model states in great detail that the Automatically adapting virtual equipment model figures out the 'skill level', lets call it a 'number' or 'value' or 'amount' and applies to an individual player:
quote " the invention feature determining a user skill level for user interaction with virtual equipment"
So, now your determined skill level value is very likely different from many other players.
Because of this, your equipment responds in relation to a higher skill level or lower skill level:
quote: ", the accuracy and precision of a given piece of virtual equipment can be automatically increased as a user's skill level increases. Similarly, the accuracy and precision of a given piece of virtual equipment can be automatically decreased as a user's skill level decreases. "
So, even w/ the same equipment and balls, conditions etc. your precision circle is different from other player's circle.
If I logged in under fmagnets account, and he logged into mine, and we played the usual game with the same equipment, the results of the shots will be significantly different. EVEN IF WE USE THE EXACT SAME CALCULATIONS AND AIMING TECHNIQUE.
I will bet on it, but forget it, because this is totally against the rules and TOS.
(again, as shown above, this is because his 'skill level number', or 'value' is different, it is higher than the one VEM has discerned & assigned to my avatar.)