Bottom line, if you're not spending copious amounts of loot on WGT, your game will see more inconsistencies. From Tour Master to Legend my game went from a 61 average(which is obviously calculated by some ridiulous means), to a now infuriating...70+ regardless of what I try. I most certainly am not spending any more coin, I have spent enough already!!
Granted I'm playing off different tees, but suddenly my ball spins back 5-6yards(no spin applied), winds dont behave like they have in previous tiers, putts are a joke etc etc....
Its clear they want us to consistently buy new gear from the pro-shop to keep their pockets full. 650c for a sleeve of imaginery balls?? The proof is in the pudding, if you want value for your money....buy a real set of clubs and get out on the course. It'll be less frustrating and proibably cheaper in the long run. If you're hopeless at the real game like I am, what you spend here to play a decent game from amateur to Legend will afford you a PS3/X-Box and a lot more stability in code for all skilled games.
WGT, sadly, has an unquenchable thirst. Don't expect it to change...once that bug bites its all downhill.