Those stats wouldn't surprise me too much, most all par 5's now are really par 4.5's and the pros play them as such. I feel like around half of the par 3's they play are extremely tough for anybody, even them, and the par 4's are going to be tough because you have to put two good shots together to make a par (obviously the same logic goes for most par 5's, but in that case, two good shots will reflect on your score relative to par better).
In my case, this was the first season where I actually tracked every hole of every round, and I ended up coming up with some pretty interesting stats. My best average (and keep in mind, I'm a 12 handicap) was 5.7 on par 5's. This surprised me because I felt as if par 5's were my worst hole, but I think I'm getting to the point where I can mess up one shot on a par 5 and still salvage par. My par 3 average came out to a 3.8, about what I would expect (would really like to lower this one), but my par 4 average was a whopping 5.1!! I'm losing over a stroke a hole on average to par 4's! Obviously this is something I'm going to try and work on next year (maybe less driver off the tee and better course management?), but it was great to have some of these stats as a baseline, and I really do believe that there's a lot of truth in numbers.