You've made this argument a couple times. (I have no idea why your second reply doesn't show up when I quote it.) In my opinion, the score is irrelevant. If the everyone is playing driver-wedge-putt, driver-wedge-putt, then there's nothing interesting going on. You may as well just watch them try to out-drive each other at the practice range.
I totally get that most people seem to find it boring (although I don't). All I'm saying is that there would still be a challenge. Instead of the course presenting the challenge, the players would be challenging each other. Like I said before, even on a super easy course, if someone shoots -49 over four days and you have to shoot -50, that's still a challenge.
It's like bowling. It's very easy for a professional to throw a strike. But if the guy next to you just had 11 in a row and you have to have 12 to win, that's when it gets tough.
Competitive golf is both player-versus-course and player-versus-player and that's when it's interesting. And you know full well that if two guys are in contention, their performance puts pressure on the other guy especially when they're in the same group on the final day.