I've read it all, and you continue to be wrong. It's really that simple. You don't understand the purpose or role of the accuracy chart you like to cite, and you do not understand how trees are rated in the course rating system. ALL trees are considered within a VERY wide range, and the handicapping system is about potential, not average ability. You continue to get it backward, too: rate the trees as more important and the 15.7 golfer becomes a 13.2 golfer… and gets fewer strokes from a scratch golfer.
But it's interesting, as this is the first time "you are inventing a straw man" was used as a straw man…
I see no point in hashing this over for the umpteenth time with you. You're set in your incomplete understanding of this, and we're both repeating ourselves.
Have a great evening. Maybe go play some golf, eh?