Sorry to offend Nivlac. I was merely pointing out some critical factors in determining the possibilities of fair play. It is fact that both my points are fundamental truths to the gameplay here, and they are not disputable. I hardly feel it's harsh to point them out to the community at large.
I have taken great care to personally tutor no less than 2 dozen players here on the intracacies of ball movement, distance variation, putting, and pattern recognition. Half the top ten are included in this list, including yourself. What I am stating here are fundamental flaws in the system that need to be rectified to improve the quality and fairness of WGT gameplay. If these things are not addressed and discussed, then you will have players like me, who have been at the top of the leaderboard for 3 months now, finding the 'method' and continuing to dominate gameplay. I don't think anyone wants to see that happen.
We here are bound by an unwritten code to compete fairly. In the spirit of that ideal of fairness, I maintain that the game as it stands is at its most unfair in any multiplayer format, including Match Play. Trust me, I'd like to have Match Play included in our experience here as much as anyone, but without a level playing field it just doesn't seem to live up to our high goal of fair play.
I'm certainly not trying to stop anyone from creating or competing in impromtu competitions. I do however think the time has come, now that enough of us have a decent grip on how the game works, to address the issues inherent in the system at large that aren't bug-related. In the end, we'll end up with a better game to play for everyone, and perhaps the separation we see between players scores will decrease.