Yes, you are reading the charts right. A 23 watt screw-in CFL bulb in a 10.5 inch diameter dome reflector, polished aluminum suface, gives considerably more PAR than the Hagen Glo 2 bulb light. But, the Hagen Glo light covers more area with that light - it would take two of the CFL bulb/reflectors to cover the same area.
I don't know if anyone has measured PAR with those dome reflectors with white painted inside surfaces. I doubt that they would do nearly as good as the aluminum surface reflectors. Aluminum is inherently a very good reflector even if not well polished.
We have had some problems duplicating PAR measurements with CFL bulbs, especially when the bulbs extend slightly beyond the spherical surface of the reflector, so don't rely too much on the charts for them.