I think it's an interesting premise, and I wonder if there's a reason for why putting and short game appear to be not as good as on the PGA tour. Since the shots from close in aren't dictated by distance as much, since everyone can choose any club from around the green, why does it seem like they get up and down less often when watching?
Another interesting point to add is that Phil Michelson, the PGA leader for Putting Average, is at around 30 putts per round while the woman's leader is at 28 putts. Could this have anything to do with possibly hitting more wedges into par 5's due to their lack of distance. Also, the women's leader for GIR is 75.7%, which is a large lead over the men's leader at 71.57%. Again, could this be due to hitting more par 5's, or possibly slower greens that are easier to stick?
Perhaps the most telling statistic in the bunch is Scoring Average. The men, even under arguably tougher conditions for their skill levels, have a leading scoring average of 68.886 compared to 69.700 on the women's side. There are only 3 women whose average score is in the 60's, whereas you have 18 men who average under 70.
Could this simply be a product of competition breeding more successful individuals?