Thanks for the philosophical guidance and moral compass. I understand your comments and concerns. I will take them under advisement.
Perhaps I should have worded my question differently to avoid the moral outcry and ire. I'll just drop it as is.
Sorry for my outburst yesterday, the devil had me in his grip once again.
Seriously and soberly this time, I strongly advise against looking for the easiest course to lower your average on. You may well become a wizard at St. Andrews or wherever you choose but, one day, someone will invite you to play somewhere else and you're going to feel foolish as you hack your way around. Or you won't accept the invitation, which would be even more of a shame.
You have to go out and spend a fairly even amount of time on every course. Sure, some of them will be tougher to play and you won't walk away with such a positive feeling as if you'd gone back to your favourite but, you'll have the satisfaction of knowing your way round the other courses. Chances are you'll never be able to post quite such good scores as you do at your favourite but most of us are in that boat with you.
And the funny thing is, your favourite course may well change. Early on Bethpage seems seriously difficult to post a good score on, once you reach legend tier you may well find it becomes your go to course when you want a good score under your belt.
I read so many posts from people asking for more courses to play on, then read some from people who only play 2 or 3 of those we have. This is such a waste.
Go out there and try them all. The satisfaction of finally taming a course like Oakmont or Olympic is well worth working for.