I play at a par 70, 6,100 yards course in Scotland.
Of course it is short and elite players would rarely have more than wedge into any green. But what it does do is have great design features. Raised greens that are not easy to hit unless you in good shape off the tee. 2 par 5s that really make you think about a second shot and some challenging par 3s where you do need to hit 200 yard shots to make the green (thus giving bigger hitters at least a few long irons to hit).
But it’s not a course for elite players, its a member course for amateur golfers. Perhaps they could stretch half a dozen holes out a few extra yards if they really wanted to, or re-route a couple of holes onto adjacent land they own… but there is zero commercial reason to do this. You roll off a green and could spit onto the next tee. It is truly a pleasure not to have a 50 yard walk onto every tee box.