I'm sorry - but I'm not sure what you're getting at.
I've already said golf is a game of trust. I'd say the same of relationships. Both work better if you extend sufficient trust to people to do the right thing without constant surveillance. That clearly doesn't mean that everyone acts honestly all the time. People get burned every single day, and it doesn't stop them wanting to keep trusting. And if golfers are no more honest than lovers, it doesn't necessarily follow, as you suggest, that a chaperone is required to accompany every competitive golfer.
My point is you either have trust and honesty or you don't. If you don't, then take necessary measures to ensure that EVERYONE follows every rule. The use of high definition video in the past wasn't applied fairly nor did it resolve the underlying issues you seem to have with golfers, or maybe, just Tiger.
And I would say that it should be obvious from everyday life that trust can exist without proof of honesty. It's called the benefit of the doubt - and it lets you get on with things, like sports and relationships and enjoying the rest of your life without constantly worrying about the possibility of being cheated. Does it have limits? Of course.
But golf would lose some of its character if it was played under high-security conditions. Just because you or I don't think the gains would be worth the pains isn't proof that nobody is cheating, or that it isn't widespread.
And so what?
I don't have underlying issues with golfers generally [though I know that it's pointless here to deny having a deep seated and unhealthy issue with Tiger, so I won't attempt to go there]. I could hardly care less. My golf is more important to me than anyone else's game. I remember a road race I ran, where I happened to be running a very similar pace to one other runner. We did several laps of a park - and on the last lap, they took a wrong turning, a short cut and finished a couple of minutes ahead of me. Did that bother me? Not in the slightest. It may have been an honest mistake. And if not, as my teachers used to say - "they're only cheating themselves". I ran my race and got my time.
I just don't happen to see the wisdom in trying to maintain a belief unsupported by evidence that, in a society where people duck paying their taxes and cheat on their spouses, no-one cheats at golf.