This seems to assume that something else wouldn't exist if the PGA Tour itself didn't exist, no?
But, taking it the other way. Imagine a world in which there was no PGA Tour? Would we even have a Distance Insights report, because some clubs may not have chosen to chase distance and build 7500 yard courses? Would we have slow play? Would we have our weekends free for the six hours or more that some of us watch golf? Would we be paying less to play golf, with lower equipment costs, green fees, etc.?
How much of us being glad that we have the PGA Tour is Tiger credited with, as without the PGA Tour or anything like it, we may have never heard of him - he might be in heavy equipment sales or something
It would be better to see a full face on so we can see where the V in your right hand is pointing. If it is at your right shoulder, very strong. Mid collar bone, strong, ear, neutral, chin, weak.
Also, get a photo of the bottom to show your interlock or overlap and maybe a side view.
The front nine is shorter at my home course(s), but tougher. I'm usually between 4-8 strokes lower on the back nine of either even though thats the 36 side on both. There is only 1 par 5 on the front of each.