One of the traditions of the old game was that it made some sort of sense, if you get better clubs or balls your scores were likely to get lower.
For me that was never any sense. It is a sense of "pay to win" game. Sensible would be "if u play long time and practice your score will go lower" while ball is being just a ball..and golf club only a club. In support of that take the newest game, one that is representing "pga tour" in last years.. There you have just a ball that doesnt give you any wings..you can loose it freely in water or wherever. And you have 2 types of clubs..you can swing easier ones that are most likely to go always "on ding" (xcept there is no ding but other kind of swing) but you will have slightly shorter yardage...or you can swing ones that go further, but its harder to make them precisely on ding...So it is exactly opposite of wgt..If u want more ability ,you need to be better player. While here you are buying comfort of easier swing, and longer distance
But in the end games are not comparable because that one is payed ...once when u buy it...And then all is presumably equal ,and you compete with people in terms of skill... While here you basically have to be able to pay all the time to keep your skill on competitive level
This is off subject...but my view on that "sense" thing...