Some of what's being said here is a pet peeve of mine.
over the last few years i've gotten several friends involved in WGT and often they come over to the house and we sit on my back porch drink whiskey and smoke cigars while we play WGT.
Sometimes we play each other sometimes we are off in different coin rooms.
What I find is irritating is when level 90+ Legends, TLs and Champions are playing in The lower rooms.
Rio is the biggest problem here.
You're most often competing against Masters and TMs and a few Tour Pros. And most of them are below 80.
The problem here is that the Rio room is played from the Masters/TM tees and the higher level guys have much better gear that's designed for Back tees.
It's a huge competitive advantage when you can reach just about every par 5 in two. Drive more greens. Every approach is 15-50 yards closer.
I just think it's lame to drop down rooms lower than your gear. yes the game allows it.
I still think it's lame.
A week or so ago one of my buddies was telling me that it's really gotten bad. that now about 50% of his matches are against 90+ players in the Rio room.
Around level 85 i had accumulated around 20 million coins and started playing Manhattan for 500k each. (Tokyo didn't exist back then).
People talk about tiers but i rarely pay attention to it. More champions are red tee champions than aren't.
The level and clubs being used is the difference here.
Im sure it will fall on deaf ears. But these people should be playing in the top 3 rooms. If they actually wanted competition instead of trying to make easy coin.
just my 2 cents. (from a lowly Legend)