Note: These settings are for advanced users only. All manual changes to the settings.pgs file are at own risk!
The settings.pgs located in the ProTeeGolf Interface directory contains settings set from the interface configuration screens.
Some advanced settings can not be set via the interface itself but can be changed by editting the file with a text editor program like notepad.
After saving the changes the interface will need to be restarted.
Note: Windows 7 and Windows 8 security settings might prevent editing the settings.pgs file. In this case Windows maintains a Virtual File Store with a user specific settings.pgs file. This user settings.pgs file can be found in the following directory where it can be changed:
c:\Users\<username>\AppData\Local\VirtualStore\Program Files(x86)\ProTeeGolf Interface
Section [User Preferences]
Enable (True) or Disable (False) sweetspot calculation.
Change sweetspot center position. Use +1 or -1 to move the center position to the left or right with + or - 1mm for Irons, Drivers and Putter.
Change swingpath (clubpath) center position. Use +1 or -1 to move the center position to the left or right with + or - 1 sensor for Driver, Wood, Iron and Wedge.
Increase the backspin for chip shots for shots made by a wedge when within the distance to the flag set by the chipping mode slider in the interface. Default is 10 (x 1.0). Example: Set to 20 if backspin needs to be set x 2.0.
Section [Advanced options]
To enable the interface to send data to E6.
Increase the spinrates in E6. Set to 1 if no spin increase is needed.
Enable (True) or disable (False) the launch angle limits for the Vertical Camera. When enabled the settings V_cam_fallback, V_cam_min_ball_speed and V_cam_ignore_wedges will be used.
V_cam_fallback is the maximum degrees in difference between the v-cam readings and the balltrack readings.
V_cam_min_ball_speed is the minimum ballspeed required in order to use the v-cam readings.
V_cam_ignore_wedges set to True will ignore the v-cam readings when wedges are used.
H_cam_fallback is the maximum degrees in difference between the h-cam readings and the balltrack readings. When the h-cam readings exceed the maximum difference the ball track values will be used. Set to a high value (90) to ignore the h-cam fallback routines.
H_cam_min_clubspeed is the minimum clubspeed needed in order to use the h-cam readings. Shots with clubspeeds below this value will not be picked up by the h-cam.
Limit the detected clubface angle to the set value. Set to 0 means no limit. All face angles will be used. Example: when set to 10 a face angle of 12 degrees open or closed will be set to 10 degrees open or closed.
Limit the detected clubpath/swingpath to the set value. Set to 0 means no limit. All club paths / swing paths will be used. Example: when set to 10 a swingpath of 11 degrees in-out or out-in will be set to 10 degrees out-in or in-out.
Always use the h-cam readings and do not use the balltrack routines when set to True. H_cam_fallback will not be used.
Enable (True) or disable (False) wedge face limitation set by the Wedge_face_limit value.
Limit the wedge face open or closed to the set value in degrees.
The maximum launch angle detected by the vertical camera.