GSA Control Panel is an interface program between game software and the club and ball tracking systems.
All game software (ProX, RedChain, TGC, Perfect Parallel and E6) software require that the GSAGolf Control Panel program to run in parallel with it to communicate with GSA tracking systems.
Control Panel video
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Course can be played with the Control Panel via either a mouse or manual launch parameter setup for evaluation.
Note: If you encounter a windows error message stating that it could not find d3dx9_30.dll when starting GSA Golf,
download and copy the d3dx9_30.dll to your windows\System32 and Windows\SysWow64 folders.
Download here d3dx9_30.dll
GSA Control Panel (CP) update V.22.214.171.124 - Windows 7 / 8 / 10 version
If you have a very old version of the CP and you want to update then you should download all the CP images and place them in the "images" folder of the CP
The GSA Golf Control Panel functions with 3 types of game software (ProX, RedChain, TGC, E6 and Perfect Parallel).
Select the game software you arer using at the top of the Control Panel's main window
Ordinarily the GSA Control Panel is not visible during game play.
It must, however, be started before play can begin. After starting the Control Panel and you see the green box you should click the Send Back button.
This will minimize the window size so that you only see the above screen at the bottom left of the screen.
You can then see your desktop and can start one of the game applications.
Using the mouse to launch balls in the game software
GSA Golf can also be played with the mouse.
To do this, select "Mouse Game Mode" from the cpntrol panel's main window.
Use the mouse to draw back the club and release to launch a ball.
Use the mouse wheel to alter the club face angle - drag left or right to alter the club head path.