They're playing easier golf courses. So what?
They don't "score" as well. Put them on a PGA Tour level course and see how well they "score." Heck, shorten it to their yardages, and again - see how well they "score." It won't be good.
It's not even close, no. They're not nearly as good. Heck, I could find plenty of guys who can't make a living on the mini tours are better than the vast majority of LPGA players at "shotmaking."
I'd bet the opposite, and I can show you their TV ratings to back that up.
That's not entertaining to me. I won't say I hate watching the LPGA, but I would rather vacuum the carpets or power wash the house and windows.
Yes they are. Look at the total yardages. Look at the fact that the women will almost all lay up on a 480-yard par five. Yawn.
Are they playing the same length courses if you adjust for their shorter driving distances? Yes, but that's stupid. That's like saying watching the Little League World Series is as exciting as watching THE World Series. After all, they can't run as fast or swing as hard, so their bases are smaller, the fences closer, etc.
They play shorter, easier courses with slower greens, less rough, and wider fairways, easier pin placements, etc.
The best player in the world didn't make the cut at an event she hand-picked as being the easiest course on which a woman could succeed. Michelle Wie never made the cut (but almost qualified for the U.S. Open).
They aren't as good, and as such, it's far less entertaining. It's really that simple.