Well I do believe it's the same Ganon/dorf in each game, I believe that there is two versions of him on opposite ends of the timeline. But what I was asking was where you were trying to put TP not if there is one Ganon/dorf or not, and you answered it by saying you don't believe in the split timeline.
I do not really get why people do not believe in an official detail of a timeline, except that Nintendo changes the details so much that it really is all over the place, but I'm not here to discuss the exsitence of the split, I'm just here to debate on TP's placement. It'll be difficult for us to see eye to eye however since we believe in entirely different timelines but I'll try anyway using what's in the games rather than Nintendo's statements.
Now the BS of WW did say no hero appeared which would place WW directly after OoT because it says there was no Link in between. Now people say that with the flood, memory of the hero would be lost so I can not disprove of the exsitence of a game between OoT & WW. Instead the most I can do unfortunately is look at the split in OoT so just bear with me.
At the end of OoT all the sages are awakened & have sealed Ganondorf in the Sacred Realm (think that's it's name) along with his ToP and all ends happy. So if he was sealed away, why would he be on trial for trying to break into the realm (can't remember if this was what he was "charged" with. (OBJECTION!)
Now we turn to the split part where Link never drew the MS and Ganondorf was found out before he could put his plans into action. So most likely he would have been thrown in jail or something & then somehow he escaped & tried to break into the sacred realm to obtain the Triforce. Now if he succeded on getting in, it would have gone the same way as in OoT and split up, only giving him Power because that's what he most believes in. This would explain why they all have their Triforce parts in TP. So it seems he tried to take over again & this time the sages decided to end him but failed due to the ToP. Now if the sages in OoT knew of his Triforce piece, why would they be surprised to see it in TP? This means that they have to be different sages.
Then later Link comes & seemingly kills him & Ganondorf's ToP disappears & the end. Now if WW followed TP how would he have regained the ToP & if he was killed this would destroy the need for the flood. So both end with Ganondorf dead in a ways (TP-still standing, WW-becomes the new pedestal of time) So with the way things currently are, TP has a low chance of proceeding TWW. For this to happen another game would need to be made to fill in the holes.
And we all agree that with the number of holes in the series a good amount of games need to be made to connect them successfuly.