The top-20 PGA Tour golfers currently have a combined scoring average of 69.82.
The top-20 LPGA Tour golfers currently have a combined scoring average of 70.81.
If you're going to find a reason not to watch, you might want to pick something other than how they don't score as well because the numbers don't back you up.
They play from different tees. They don't hit it as far. Their caddies sometimes appear too intrusive into their games (my major complaint). Inbee Park isn't as cute as Tiger Woods (or whatever argument you guys were trying to make).
But the shot-making, particularly in the short game, is just as good as the men (barely a 1-stroke difference) and the scoring shows it.
And some of you guys sound like the chicks I know who, when discussing football, can't seem to get past the "I'm a Patriots fan because Tom Brady is so dreamy" crap. Really? All the free porn on the internet and you think any of us who watch golf do it just because the girls are cute? Yes, some of them ARE cute, but seriously I doubt that's the main reason anyone watches the LPGA (unless their parents have their internet locked down and they can't find their sister's Victoria's Secret catalog).
I think what you're missing is that the men are playing on longer, harder courses - if you adjust those scores for the venue on which they are played, the difference is likely more apparent. It's the same reason you can't use greens in regulation average as any sort of comparison - guys who play on easier courses throughout the year have higher GIRs than guys like Adam Scott and Tiger who pretty much only play in the toughest tournaments.
Now, speaking of scoring average and strength of competition (and whether what Park is doing truly is amazing), I thought it would be interesting to see how many players you have to go through to get to 1 more stroke above average.
This is how they shake out:
69.082 - Tiger Woods - PGA Tour #1 in Scoring
70.049 - #15 Keegan Bradley
71.083 - #96 John Senden
72.058 - #168 Ben Curtis
73.593 - #183 Paul Haley II - Last on PGA Tour in scoring
69.674 - Inbee Park LPGA #1 in Scoring
70.659 - #7 So Yeon Ryu
71.674 - #29 Gerina Pillar
72.667 - #62 Juli inkster
73.682 - #108 Pat Hurst
74.667 - #139 Laura Davies
75.727 - #147 Kayla Mortellaro
76.842 - #151 Karlin Beck
77.300 - #152 Hannah Yun - Last on LPGA Tour in scoring
What this shows you is that in a given week, Park really has only about 29 competitors to deal with (those that average within 2 strokes of her) and if you want to expand it to 3 stroke, it only brings in 61 players in an average week.
Compare that to the PGA where Tiger and guys at the top have 95 other golfers who average within 2 strokes of the leader and if you expand it just one more stroke to 3, you bring in 167 golfers - more than ever compete in a PGA field each week and 100 more golfers than average within 3 strokes of the top scorer on the LPGA tour.
It's not even close to an apples to apples comparison. It's like arguing that a team that wins 20 consecutive championships in a 5 team league is as impressive as a team that wins 20 consecutive championships in a 30 team league. There is simply not as much competition, period.