I guess the best I can do is suggest you look at what you are saying realistically. As a fellow golfer surely you must realize that in real life you are not going to be contending in tournaments after only 36 rounds played. Likewise, even a person with great skills but so little experience is not going to be able to get the precision out of a cheap "off the rack at K-Mart" set of golf clubs coupled with the cheapest of rock-like golf balls. How many contenders do you see with that equipment at top-notch tournaments?
What you are describing is, quite frankly, pretty close to what would be happening in real life at this point in a player's career.
Without seeing a replay I have no idea what king of ridge or false front your putt encountered but that is one possible explanation for the extra distance it rolled.
WGT is, after all, a business. They provide an avenue for us to play for free but we should have no expectation to be competitive for free. Only entertained for free.
I don't enter any tournament or competition that involves betting or entry fees. The time I spend obtaining "free" credits I subtract from the playing time I've budgeted for the game. I treat the game as cheap entertainment and expect an anomaly now and then so I don't get frustrated by them.