3. When things like tiers exist in WGT and no real inventory, equipment, clubs, etc. benefits after level 102, there really isn't any current reason for us to prioritize lowering experience over level 200. We appreciate and are incredibly impressed by all those that have gotten or are approaching level 200. So using engineering resources to make experience adjustments when we don't really have anything to give you all really isn't worth it for level 200 players. If/when we get more things at higher levels then yes absolutely that's something we'll be doing.
Isn't it about time WGT awarded Players near to or Over Level 200 a few MORE Levels to play for?
Nico, while I appreciate you communicating on behalf of WGT way more than anyone else has done so since I've been here for the past ten years, I have to say this about your response to Kacey's question about why you won't adjust the xp beyond level 200 to allow for the next levels to be reachable...
So many level 200 members have quit this game altogether, while many others have stopped spending any money on WGT. This is NOT because you don't give us any better clubs or balls to purchase. It is solely because the main reason we got hooked on this game was to be able to go for that next achievement (and no, I'm not talking about the current "Achievement & Goals" addition that is silly because the prizes offer no incentive). The simple ability for a level 200 member to get to level 201, and then 202, and then 203, etc., is ALL that people want to continue to be able to "reach that next thing."
"This is a decision that continues to make zero sense from a business standpoint. It is not about the fact that you won't give better club and balls available to members who are level 200 and above, because I don't know anyone who is asking for that. It is ONLY about the fact that you have made it impossible for us level 200 members to achieve anything else in this game, by being able to achieve any higher levels than we have already achieved.