Looking at the aerials, can't really move it back per se.
But you could move it west which would make a longer shot (24-30 yards) to reach the same part of the fairway. And would certainly be a "worse" angle to get there, but given angles don't matter, so much for that.
P.S. It still currently only plays about 440 yards as the crow flies from the back tee to the middle of the green, but now that Roids boy is no longer on Tour not sure anyone would try that line.
Kalen, I haven't waded into the "angles don't matter" thread, but your statement/implication here seems to significantly misrepresent the claim being made and attacked there. I don't think anyone is arguing that angles, generally speaking--including but not limited to the direction that you hit your shots--don't matter. Indeed, that would be absurd. Instead, as I understand it, they are making the much more limited argument that trying to get the best angle into a green for your second shot doesn't matter--or really, doesn't matter nearly as much as some suggest. "Angles" is thus shorthand for "best angle to approach the green with your second shot."
The 18th at Sawgrass might actually be a good example for that position. For certain pins, the left side of the fairway likely provides a better angle of approach than the right side of the fairway. But trying to get that better angle seems like a terrible idea, and not just for the best golfers in the world, because the substantial penalty for going in the water is so much bigger than any potential benefit for being in the left side of the fairway. So players end up aiming (I guess you would say, picking the angle toward) the right side of the fairway even though the angle to the pin might be less good than from the left side of the fairway.
Since it doesn't make sense to aim for what is sometimes the best side of the fairway, does that make 18 a bad hole?