No, it's how you played a course based on everyone that played that course.
Personally I would be insulted if scores were "normailized" so that the best advanced masters were shooting 1000 golf just so we would feel better about our ratings.
1000 golf is 1000 golf, I can't do it. I can't even keep up with Des and I know it because her rating is above mine and based on the same scale. If she was a 1000 rated player on the "women's scale" I could still delude myself by saying "she's rated higher, but their scale is easier than ours".
It just seems condescending and dismissive. We're sorry that you don't have any 1000 rated players, and since no woman could ever reach that level we'll just make a few honorary 1000 golfers.
now that Gary has given the ^ quintessential ^ answer to that question ... i have a question Chuck:
has the PDGA ever discussed changing the figure listed as Prize money won for Pros by subtracting entry fees out of the winnings? for example it shows that i have won money when my inner accountant tells me i have not