Yup, Golfer is basically an 84mm Compact. Not easy to find these days sadly. The old Wenger Diplomat also does a lot of what you want and is more recently retired. https://www.sakwiki.com/tiki-index.php?page=Diplomat&highlight=diplomatThe Ambassador is basically and oversized Classic.
That's my Diplomat in that wiki page I should give it some more love and carry it sometimes.
This thread got me thinking. The SwissBuck Advantage / Sidekick has the tools you mention in three layers vice 2. But it is as hard to find as an 84mm Golfer.
If you haven't heard of Andrew Skurka, he is a well-known long distance hiker with several long solo trips in remote places. I just googled his name and "pocket knife" and found this Vic endorsement:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PzvF6X5WgtAIn the video he mentions a 'Tinker', but I've seen a presentation by him where the knife in his gear (first aid kit) is a Classic. My personal hiking hero, Colin Fletcher, wrote that he used a 'Tinker' during his treks. The text and illustration makes it clear that he is referring to a Super Tinker. However, he notes that when he (temporarily) lost his 'Tinker', he replaced it with a....wait for it....Vic Classic.(Image removed from quote.)
As a knife/SAK enthusiast, I just can't see myself giving up the larger chassis just because of the slight weight penalty.
:agree: I second. With hiking like that everything is a compromise and I think I’d rather the bigger more capable Farmer X or other SAK over the weight savings. I also am not skimping on TP!