Your game play is not being targeted by WGT
I just stumbled upon this thread and had to smile to myself as I totally understand the original poster's frustration. Although I do not have the experience, and knowledge, of those who have replied before me, I believe I am more familiar with the way the WGT Moderators operate, having been on moderation since before I joined WGT, and equally knowledgeable about the Guardians.
First, it is 100% correct that WGT is messing with his game. They messed with mine all the time. It is the only reasonable explanation for my poor play. As Mr. Spayed well knows, it is NEVER MY FAULT !
I believe that if you are nice to the Moderators and Guardians, game play will improve. I remember a few times; I would type in chat a request that my WGT Guardian guide my ball and often times my shot "settles in nicely" even if I totally mess up on the ding.
Once, after a rough week, I was playing solo and was feeling down. I started talking to my laptop, out loud, talking to my WGT Guardian. I shot a 28 on Wolf Creek. One of my best rounds. Every putt was dropping like magic. That is when I knew, I have a WGT Guardian. Since I have opened my heart and accepted my Guardian as my Saviour, my play has improved, and I am getting much more enjoyment from the WGT experience.
Also, it never hurts to write to WGT. I do on holidays, wishing them good tidings and sometimes just to say Hi. I do write to complain, at times, usually about how I look in certain clothing items I purchased, and, on very rare occasions, about another member.
Keep in mind, there is a difference between the Guardians and the Moderators. The Moderators job is to make sure you comply with the rules when communicating on WGT. The Guardian's job is twofold. First, and foremost, the Guardians carry out various task given to them by the Moderators. So, a Moderator may tell the Guardian to make sure you lose a few balls, or lose to a Hack, etc... If you are not on good terms with your Guardian, the Guardian may carry out those orders and mess with your game. The second thing Guardians do is to watch over you and attempt to guide you on the path which will lead to a happy co-existence with the Moderators,
You need to appease your Guardian, develop a relationship (flattery works great). Once you have developed that special relationship, and allow the Guardian into your life, the Guardian will not follow the moderator's orders but, instead, will watch out for you and guide your balls through the fairways of life.
Now, some of you may believe this is just a bunch of *****. I pay no mind to those naysayers, I know my Guardian cares about me and I care about my Guardian. (I am not real keen on the Moderator moderating me though and hope, someday, my Guardian will rise to Moderator status at which point my Chi will be in total balance and I will become a Champion).