This low TWA is probably caused by poor configuration.
Vrtool WR has a many parameters, to allow flexibility in all possible situations and scales.
But this also gives ample opportunities to screw up.
For VORG I'm using the following parameters:
Interval= 1 (or 0.5)
Up to isochrone=144 (make sure the correspondent wind forecasts are loaded)
# of branches=43
max angle to destination=120
Iso point spacing=1.5 (%)
[x] Collision detection (checked)
[x] Add branches at isochrones (checked)
[ ] Add branches at full degrees (unchecked)
(I'm using the polars database provided with version 2.0)
Note that using long term forecasts (like 144h) can be deceiving.
Short term forecasts are more reliable than long term ones.
So I reset the "Up to isochrone" parameter to a smaller number
(say 36 or 48) and perform another calculation.
If both routes (short and long term) point to the same direction, one can be confident.
If they differ a lot, the situation requires a more detailed analysis.
Each isochrone set is marked with a time label (p.e. 12h, 24h)
This is the isochrone point closest to the WR destination.
You cannot connect these points, for they don't belong to the same route.
If you want to know the route that will take you to a certain isochrone
best point (for example 48h), set "Up to isochrone" parameter to 48 and recalc.