My only issue with fine tuned PED's are that we do not know enough about the human body to make everything better at the same time.
Golf is a sport that takes a sprinter build, gymnastic flexibility and coordination, professional billiards player keen eye and the mental strength of a chess player to be the best.
In the future, it is more likely that genetically modified humans would outperform ones on "perfectly tuned" PED's. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2453248/
Though I don't think either will happen.
All I am saying is that I don't buy the notion that PED's are working AGAINST any of those things you listed. They help what they help and that doesn't mean that they have to hurt anything. Taking a PED that helps with longer workouts, faster recovery, muscle gain, etc isn't going to preclude you from chipping well or making a full backswing.