Some holes, in most of the courses, have +15 - +20 yards on approach. Time to fix the math guys.
It's rather time to adjust your expectations.
On real golf courses, you have the design lengths printed on the scorecard, but there's only a rare chance that the length of the track from tee to pin matches this exactly - same here. On STA, RSG, KIA and others, one pin is exactly at the scorecard length shown on the tee (the other obviously isn't), but there are different concepts between older and newer (in WGT terms) courses, including the hole lenghts of certain USO days, and a few errors.
For instance, note that the Legend tee on BPB #15 is shorter than the Master tee - because this was set in one USO round of 2009.
Also, PIN #4 has the length of a Par5 from 2005 but is designated a Par4 like in 2014 - difficult to reach in regulation.
My favourite flaw is OLY #2, where the scorecard distances (at least from Legend tee) do not reach the green ;)