True, but you appeared to be conflating tight with poorly designed.
Massive, wide tracks with no significant rough, few plants bigger than a bush and billiard-table fairways may well be poorly designed. Fiddly little courses with huge trees and dog-leg fairways may not be.
The real point is that you have to play – and club for – what you're presented with. And if you can't, the problem is yours not the course designer's.
I'm sure people play for lots of reasons, but a challenge has to be quite high on the list. Whether it's the challenge of playing better than your mates, winning a hole, getting round in a couple of strokes less than last time or just walking the whole way without puffing.
Oh and you should really try playing with just one club. It's liberating, and great for the soul