Let’s argue then.
In dry conditions PR, ball can roll three fairways over. TF, in the dry still green and lush, no real bad run. TF, is just that...... flat. PR greens are small, TF, some small yet a few have severe undulations. Btw, I parred the green before the island green in a pro am, the title holder in our group didn’t. He had bogey.
You can miss a fairway at TF, and recover ok, Miss one at PR and you struggling.
The difficulty of TF is certainly not off the tee on many holes, as the fairways are some of the widest in golf. Yet even on those holes, you had better hit it to the correct side of the fairway to allow any sort of shot to some pin placements.
The main test at TF is the combination of severely sloped non-receptive greens with genuinely fast putting surfaces (at least during the winter months), very challenging bunkers, and then extremely tight lies in the run-off areas surrounding the greens. Add to the mix a fan that seems to average 30kph, and usually stronger in the afternoons, and you've got a lot more difficulty than a tricky sidehill, short layout like Piney - or at least that's the way I see it.
That's not meant to be a knock on Piney, as I've only played it once about a million years ago, and at my advanced stage in life, can barely remember it.
And, I'm not in love with what Clayton has provided us at TF, but my opinion is not necessarily universally shared at the Club. My point is, I think that TF is Slope rated too low, and I am for once not at least in the minority in that opinion at TF.