E6 Connect Manual

1.Getting Started #

Welcome to E6 Connect!

1.1.System Requirements #

Intel i5 Processor
Nvidia 1070 Graphics Card or equivalent
(Dedicated GPU with DirectX 11 Support)
25GB of Hard Drive Space
Windows 10 (Required)
Internet Connection (Required)

1.2.Installation #

Double-click the E6 Connect icon on your desktop to begin the installation.

Important! If you are prompted, agree to install the Microsoft Visual C++ 2015 Redistributable.

  • Note: During installation, an E6 Connect icon is pinned to your task bar for quick starting.

E6 Connect Installation

1.3.Binding an E6 Connect License #

1. After installation, the LICENSE ACTIVATION SCREEN (below) is displayed. Click the red LOGIN button under “Activate” and then enter the email and password for your account.

Important! If you have not yet signed up for your account, click SIGN UP under “Create”.

3. The Select License screen appears. Select the license you want to use with this computer and then select ACTIVATE.

  • RELATED: E6 Connect licenses can be easily transferred from one computer to another, if needed. For instructions, see Unbinding an E6 Connect License”.


1.4.System Configuration #

After installing E6 Connect and binding the license to your PC, the MAIN SCREEN appears (below).

Main Menu

1. To confirm your tracking system and video settings, click the blue SETTINGS button.  

2. On the Settings screen, click the SYSTEM CONFIG tab (top left), and then click VIDEO. Select Full Screen or Windowed mode, and the resolution of your window.

Note: Changes to video settings won’t be applied until you click ACCEPT and then restart E6 Connect.

3. Next, click the SIMULATOR tab (bottom left), and then click TRACKING SYSTEM and then select your tracking system. For list of Supported Devices see Section 12 – Supported Devices.

Simulator Tracking System

4. You may click the GOLF SETTINGS and/or ENVIRONMENT tabs and choose options, but it’s not necessary at this point. You will choose Golf Settings and Environment options later, when you set up a round of golf (see the “Play Golf” section).

5. Click ACCEPT to save all changes and return to the MAIN SCREEN.

2.Main Screen #

The E6 Connect Main Screen provides the following options:

  • Play Golf: Play a “local” round (not online or peer-to-peer)
  • Profiles: Log in players/guests
  • Practice: Play a practice session
  • Games: Play a Quick Play Game
  • Online Play: Play Peer-to-Peer
  • Settings: Configure your display, play settings, course conditions and hardware
  • Exit

Main Menu

3.Play Golf #

3.1.Selecting Players for the Round #

1. Click PLAY GOLF to start a round.

  • Note: To play Peer-to-Peer, click Online Play.

2. The Players screen is displayed. Click LOG IN and then enter email and password to play the round under a player profile.

  • Note: You must log in to a player profile to record and save round data. See the “E6Golf Online” section for more information.

3. Click JOIN to add a registered (logged-in) player to the Roster.

4. Select ADD GUEST to add an unregistered player to the Roster.

Players Menu

5. When a player has been added to the Roster, click their EDIT button (to the right of the Player Name) to customize the personal settings for that player.

6. Click the box in the upper-left corner to add an image to your profile.

7. Click the PROFILE tab (on the left) and then add:

  • Personal information:
    • Display Name
    • First/Last Name
    • Gender
  • A default tee box setting
  • Handedness (whether the player hits right- or left-handed)


8. Click the PREFERENCES tab (below the Profile tab) and then select:

  • Main View Tracer
    • Solid/Comet/Off
  • Camera Options
    • Classic/Trail/Ball/ Stationary
  • Ball Scaling
    • Small/Medium/Large
  • Putting Arrow
    • Off/On
  • Terrain Grid
    • Off/On
  • Ball Indicator
    • Auto/Always On/Off/Display Type (Total Distance/Distance to Pin)
  • Pin Indicator
    • Auto/Always On/Off

Profile Preferences

9. When all players/guests have been rostered and edited, click ACCEPT.

3.2.Selecting Round Settings #

1. After clicking OK on the Player Screen, the MODE OF PLAY screen (below) is displayed. Choose a Mode of Play for the round and then click OK.

2. The SELECT COURSE screen is displayed. Click the SCORECARD button to see a scorecard of the currently-selected course; click the DOWNLOAD button if the currently-selected course has not yet been downloaded. When you have chosen a course, click OK.

3. The Holes screen is displayed. Select Front 9, Back 9 or All 18, or choose individual holes to play. For individual holes, click a hole number from the Available Holes (at the bottom) and then click the UP ARROW. This allows you to play holes in any sequence, or to play the same hole(s) multiple times. To remove a hole from the Selected Holes, click it and then click the DOWN ARROW. To remove all holes from the Selected Holes, click the RECYCLE button.

4. Before leaving this screen, click SETTINGS (blue button, lower-left). The Settings screen is displayed.

5. There are four tabs on the left:

  • System Config: Display options
  • Golf Settings: Play options
  • Environment: Course conditions
  • Simulator: Hardware settings
    • Note: The Simulator tab has settings for your booth and tracking system, so isn’t relevant at this point.

6. Click SYSTEM CONFIG to choose settings for:

  • Language (English, etc.)
  • Measurement (Imperial (yards/feet) or Metric)
  • Audio (volume)
  • Session Timer
  • Video (display)
  • Demo Mode (click for a description)

System Config

7. Click GOLF SETTINGS to choose settings for:

  • Mulligans
  • Putting Mode (Gimmes, etc.)
  • Pin Position (difficulty)
  • Auto Continue (timer length)
  • Auto Caddy (default club selection)
  • Terrain Penalty (Terrain Penalty is a setting that will impact ball physics. Players are rewarded for hitting fairways while being penalized for being in the rough, deep rough, and bunkers. Shots from these terrains will have less spin, less power.)
  • Auto Fly-bys (show Hole Preview on each hole)

Golf Settings

8. Click ENVIRONMENT to choose settings for:

  • Wind
  • Elevation (actual or custom)
  • Green Hardness
  • Green Speed (Stimp Rating)
    • Note: With the new Stimp Rating in E6 CONNECT, green speed is measured using USGA methods. In addition, certain pin positions will now be unavailable, depending on the Stimp Rating. This will ensure that every pin position is compliant with USGA guidelines.
  • Fairway Hardness
  • Atmosphere (Time of Day, Sky)
    • Note: The Atmosphere setting makes a huge difference in the look of each course. We highly recommend experimenting with different Atmospheres (be sure to check out the Partly Cloudy Sunset!).

9. When you have selected the settings for the round, click ACCEPT.

10. On the Holes screen, click TEE OFF to start playing!

3.3.On the Tee #

1. You’re ready to play!

  • In the upper-left corner, the next player to hit is displayed, along with how many shots have been taken by that player, and the selected club
  • The hole, course and par—along with the distance to pin and elevation change—are displayed along the top right-center
  • The Top View window (which can be minimized by clicking the UP ARROW) is displayed in the upper-right corner
  • Click the E6 icon in the lower-left corner to bring up the In-Round Menu

On the Tee

2. To change clubs, click the CLUB button in the upper-left corner to display the SELECT A GOLF CLUB dialog.

3. The AIMING MARKER (the red-and-white striped pole) is set in a default position. To change its location, click a different position within the main view (not in the Top View window). You can check the position most easily in the Top View window.

4. If the PIN INDICATOR option is turned on, a white line connected to a yardage and elevation change is displayed, indicating the location of the Pin.

  • Note: With the new pin indicator in E6 CONNECT, it is now easier than ever to locate the pin. The Pin Indicator is a flexible virtual range finder that tells players where to aim, the remaining distance and any elevation change between the golfer and the pin.

5. After each shot, the Post-Shot dialog is displayed. In addition to the swing/shot data, there are buttons (along the bottom, left-to-right) for displaying shot trajectories, picking up your ball, re-hitting or taking a mulligan (if allowed).


6. Click the GREEN button in the lower-right corner to continue; if you wait, it will automatically be selected when the timer runs out.

7 .Clicking the E6 ICON in the lower-left corner brings up the In-Round Menu. From here, you can (if enabled/allowed):

  • Take a Mulligan
  • Display Analyzer data
  • Go to the next hole
  • View the Score Card
  • Drop
  • Display a Hole Preview (FlyBy)
  • Pick up your ball
  • View your Player Profile
  • Go to Settings
  • Resume (exit the In-Round Menu)
  • Exit Round (exit the round and return to the Main Screen)

Pause Menu

4.Profiles #

1. Click PROFILES on the MAIN SCREEN to log in players at the start of a session. Once players are logged in here, they won’t need to log in for each individual round, game or practice session.

  • Note: This is the same screen that is displayed when you set your Roster after clicking PLAY GOLF.

Players Menu

Important! When you edit your Player Profile, the settings you choose (tracer, tee box, camera options, ball size, terrain grid, putting arrow, etc.) will be in effect anytime you play under your Player Profile, across multiple platforms. Settings will change only when competing in “Online Play” created by other players.

5.Practice #

5.1.Driving Range #

1. Click PRACTICE on the MAIN SCREEN to play a practice session.

  • Note: To track and store your practice data, you must be logged into your Player Profile.

2. On the Practice screen, select Driving Range or Chip & Putt, and then click NEXT.

3. Select DRIVING RANGE and then click NEXT.

Practice Driving Range

4. The SELECT COURSE (Driving Range) screen is displayed. Here you can choose from:

  • Large Targets: To practice mid- to long-range approach shots
  • Shot Shape: A bifurcated range for shaping shots
  • Small Targets: To practice short iron and wedge shots
  • Flat Range: Traditional driving range

Practice Select Chip & Putt

5. After choosing a course, click NEXT.

6. On the tee—as you would in normal round—select a club, position the Aim Marker and hit away.

7. As during a normal round, the standard Post-Shot dialog will appear after each shot.

  • Note: Click the Multiple Shot Tracker button in the lower-left corner of the Post-Shot dialog to show the trajectory/distance of ALL shots taken

5.2.Chip & Putt #

1. To practice chipping and putting, select CHIP & PUTT from the PRACTICE screen, and then click NEXT.

Practice Chip & Putt

2. The SELECT COURSE (Chip & Putt) screen is displayed. Here you can choose from:

  • Chip & Putt Area
  • 15 Yard Bunker Shot
  • 30 Yard Bunker Shot
  • 25 Yard Boulder Shot
  • 30 Yard Log Pile Shot
  • 35 Yard Boulder Shot
  • 50 Yard Log Shot
  • 70 Yard Tree Shot
  • 40 Yard Shot
  • 60 Yard Shot
  • 80 Yard Shot
  • 90 Yard Shot

Practice Select Chip & Putt

  • Note: All the above—with the exception of the Chip & Putt Area—have a fixed location for the ball.

3. In the CHIP & PUTT AREA (below), you can easily change the ball and pin locations.

4. To reposition the ball and/or pin, start by clicking the GOLF BALL DIRECTION ICON (bottom-right corner).

5. Five buttons are now displayed in the bottom-right corner. From left to right, they are:

  • Elevate View: Select to get an elevated view of the area
  • Move Ball: Select this and then click where you want to move the ball
  • Move Pin: Select this and then click where you want to move the pin
  • Cancel (without saving any changes)
  • Accept (& exit)

6. To exit Practice mode, click the E6 ICON (lower-left corner) and then select EXIT ROUND.

6.Games #

1. Click GAMES on the Main Screen to select a Quick Play Game.

Games - Long Drive

2. There are currently four Quick Play Games:

  • Closest to Pin: Players try to get their ball as close to the pin as possible from the tee. Limited to Par 3 Holes. Available for one or multiple players.
  • Longest Drive: Players try to drive the ball as far as possible while keeping the ball inbounds and on the fairway. Available for one or multiple players.
  • Darts – (Henyet): Players try to hit targets for points in this game, named after the “Henyet”, a spear used by Egyptian warriors. Available for one or multiple players
  • Blackout – (Solaro): Fun for players of all skill levels, nearly every shot hit will earn you points! Players try to claim the majority (or all) of the spaces on the board

3. Select a Quick Play Game and click NEXT.

6.1.Closest to Pin | Longest Drive #

1. If you select CLOSEST TO PIN or LONGEST DRIVE, you must next select a Course from your library to play on. After selecting a Course, click NEXT.

Game Select - Closest to Pin

2. Click the ATTEMPTS tab (on the left) and then select the number of attempts each player gets (1, 3, 5, 7, 10, 12, 15 or 20).

Game Setup - Holes

3. A hole is selected by default. To check which hole(s) is selected and/or to change the hole(s), click the HOLE tab (on the left).

Game Setup - Holes

4. For the Closest to the Pin game only, click the PIN tab and then select the difficulty of the pin positions (green circle = easy, blue square = medium, black diamond = difficult).

5. Click the TEE tab and then select which tees to play from.

5. When you’re finished and ready to play, click the green TEE OFF button!

6.2.Darts | Blackout #

1. If you select DARTS (HENYET) or BLACKOUT (SOLARO), you are not required to choose a Course, as they feature their own unique play areas.


a. Click the ATTEMPTS tab (on the left), and then select number of attempts each player gets (1, 3, 5, 7, 10, 12, 15 or 20).

b. Click the DIFFICULTY tab to select Easy, Medium, Hard or All difficulty level.

Game Setup - Difficulty

c. Click the TURN DURATION tab to select how long each player’s turn can be (No Limit, 2, 3, 5, 10 or 15 minutes).


a. Click the ATTEMPTS tab to select the number of attempts each player gets.

b. Click the TURN DURATION tab to select how long each player’s turn can be.

Time Duration

4. When you’re finished and ready to play, click the green TEE OFF! button.

7.Online Play #

1. Click ONLINE PLAY on the Main Screen to join or set up an online round or Quick Play Game.’

  • Note: Playing with others online (over the internet) is referred to as “Peer-to-Peer” play.

2. After clicking Online Play, log in on the Players screen and then click NEXT.

Important! You must be logged with your Player Profile to participate in Online Play; there is no option to play as a Guest.

3. After logging in, the ONLINE MULTIPLAYER screen is displayed. Here, you can join an existing game or create your own.

Online Play - Select Host

7.1.Join Game #

1. All available games will be listed. Click any game to display the Settings and Conditions for that game (which have been chosen by whoever created the game).

2. To search for a particular game, click in the “Search Multiplayer Games” dialog at the top of the screen and then enter the name of the game you’re searching for.

3. When you’ve found the game you want to join, click JOIN GAME.

Online Play - Select Host

7.2.Create Game #

1. To create a new game, click the blue CREATE button (lower-left).

Create Game

2. You will then go through the same steps as when you play a normal round of golf (see “Play Golf” section) or start a Quick Play Game (see “Games” section).

3. When you’ve created your game, you will be prompted to give it a name on the Creating a Game screen.

Creating A Game

4. When you’ve named your game, you will be taken to the Game Lobby.

7.3.Game Lobby #

1. The Game Lobby screen displays the name, Settings and Conditions of your game on the left side of the screen. In the center is the roster of players (including yourself).

2. Click the CHAT icon to chat with other players waiting in your Game Lobby.

3. When you’re ready to start, click the green READY button.

8.Golf Courses #

TruGolf offers a library of 90+ world-class courses, long recognized as the most realistic and beautiful virtual golf courses available.

With E6 CONNECT taking a huge technological leap forward, TruGolf is in the process of converting the full course library to run at a much higher (4k) resolution supported by E6 CONNECT, and all new courses will be built specifically for the 4k resolution, providing a new standard for virtual golf graphics.

Here is an overview of currently converted courses:

Aviara Golf Club

Aviara Golf Club in Carlsbad, California offers championship golf, world-class accommodations, and perfect coastal weather. This is the only coastal golf course that was designed by Arnold Palmer and is home to the LPGA’s “Kia Classic.” It has been rated as one of the “Best in State,” for California and ranked as the #1 Course in San Diego.

Auburn Grand National (RTJ Links)

The Links Course at Auburn Grand National is one of the finest golf courses in the south. Built in 1992, it has been ranked as one of the best courses in Alabama. Grand National is part of the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail and, by all reports, was the single greatest site for a golf complex Robert Trent Jones Sr. had ever seen. 

Banff Springs Resort

Banff Springs Resort is located in the majestic mountain town of Banff in Alberta, Canada. This charming place is renowned for its panoramic beauty, incredible skiing, a unique film festival, and its world-class golf course. The original 18-hole course was built in 1928 by Stanley Thompson, one of Canada’s most famous course architects.

Barton Creek Fazio Foothills

Fazio Foothills is located in Austin, Texas and is considered to be one of the finest courses in the American southwest. The course is one of Tom Fazio’s crowning achievements with its mixture of dramatic views, brilliant layout, and natural limestone caves as backgrounds. The course was opened for play in 1986 and was renovated in 2004. Holes 4, 9, 10, 12, 16, and 18 have been ranked as some of the most beautiful holes in Texas.

The Belfry

This private club in Wishaw, Warwickshire, England has hosted four Ryder Cups and several European Tour events. Known for being uniquely challenging, this course has hard running fairways, undulating greens, and severe run-offs.

Bountiful Ridge

In a small suburb of Salt Lake City, UT, is one of the best municipal courses in America. Bountiful Golf Club is known for its excellent condition and superb value. This mountain course offers panoramic views of the Salt Lake Valley, dramatic elevation changes, and exquisite golf for less than $50. The course was designed by William H. Neff, a prominent figure in Utah Golf.

Cabo Del Sol: The Ocean Course

Cabo Del Sol: The Ocean Course is poised against a magnificent backdrop of the brilliantly beautiful Sea of Cortez. The sea is sharply contrasted by the golden shores and beautiful green turf. While primarily known for its beauty, its designer Jack Nicklaus believes Cabo Del Sol to have the “three finest finishing holes in all of golf.” It opened for business in 1994 and has been ranked by Golf Digest as one of the Best Courses in Mexico.

Chateau Whistler

Chateau Whistler was built in 1983 and was the first Arnold Palmer designed course in Canada. This intricately designed course is set amidst the stunning backdrop of the Whistler and Blackcomb mountains. The course was built around nine lakes that are fed by two winding creeks – making wildlife abundant around the course.

Gleneagles Golf Club

The PGA Centenary Course was designed by Jack Nicklaus and opened for play in 1993. Nicklaus said that, “it’s the finest parcel of land in the world I have ever been given to work with.” Originally known as the “Monarch,” the PGA Centenary Course is the longest inland course in Scotland. Gleneagles Golf Club hosted the 2014 Ryder Cup, as well as the Curtis Cup, and the Scottish Open.

 Greywolf Golf Course

Greywolf Golf Course is known for its dramatic elevation changes, beautiful scenery, and its signature hole Cliffhanger. This course will challenge, excite, and reward golfers of any skill level and is considered a ‘must play,’ for serious golfers. Greywolf was designed by Doug Carrick, a fixture of Canadian golf architecture. Carrick’s philosophy while building Greywolf was to, “let the land dictate the routing of the holes.” It was ranked in Golf Digest’s “Top 100 Courses Outside of the US.”

Hokulia Club

Hokuli’a is generous off the first tee but tests your iron game with demanding approach shots. Open year round, this ocean side club was designed to provide a sheltered climate from costal breezes with each hole providing a dramatic view of the Pacific Ocean. It is the only private ocean side golf course located on the Big Island. Hokulia was designed by Jack Nicklaus in 2002.

Kuneticka Hora

The championship 18-hole course overlooking the local viewing point, Kunětická hora Mountain, is the work of the world-famous Australian architect Graham Marsh. Its sophisticated design, with wide fairways, thick roughs and numerous bunkers, will challenge all golfers. Six of the holes span three lakes. In the complex there is also a 4-kilometre long track for in-line skating. It opened for play in 2007.


One hour southeast of Pittsburgh, is Latrobe, Pennsylvania. The small township is known for its idyllic views and being the hometown of golf legend Arnold Palmer. The world-class and creative golf was improved and redesigned by The King, whose legend can be traced all the way back to the courses creation. When the course was being constructed in 1921, a young man named Milford Deacon Palmer was helping build the country club. This was Arnold Palmer’s father. Arnold Palmer purchased Latrobe Country Club in 1971.

Loch Lomond

Nestled on the banks of Loch Lomond and only 25 minutes away from Glasgow, Loch Lomond Golf Club is known for its history, hospitality and world-class golf. The course was designed by Tom Weiskopf and Jay Morrish, who were later praised for their heavy use of natural hazards like streams and marshlands. The course was home to the Scottish Open for a number of years.

Oslo Golfklubb

The Oslo Golf Club began as a 9-hole course on the southern shore of Lake Bogstad and has since transformed to the 18-hole championship track golfers know and love today. The course is a regular venue for Ladies European Tour Events, the Norwegian Masters, and annually ranks in the Top 10 Best Courses in Norway. It has been in continuous operation since its founding, with the exception of World War II, when the land was used to farm potatoes.

Panther Lake Course

Play over rolling meadows and through native pines, over lakes and wetlands at Panther Lake in Orlando, Florida. The course is widely regarded for its delightful visuals and strategic combination of natural and manmade beauty. The course offers some of the best examples of the beauty native to Orlando.

Par 3 Ocean

Par 3 Ocean is a fantasy course, designed for golfers of all skill levels to enjoy. The course was designed by Lanny Nielsen, who has been a PGA Professional for 50 years.

Pelican Hill Golf Club

Pelican Hill Golf Club, designed by Tom Fazio, is located in Newport, California. The course offers stunning ocean views and championship level golf. This coastal gem is considered to be the best golf course in Orange County. Pelican Hill Golf Club encompasses 400 acres, 80 of which are protected habitat. The course features a new environmentally friendly water management system based on conservation and recycling.

Pine Canyon

Pine Canyon packs the “wow,” factor for any golfer who thinks they have seen it all. Designed by Jay Morrish, the course opened in 1994. Pine Canyon is lined with beautiful Ponderosa Pines and dramatic features that are in play throughout the course. It is one of the most exclusive private clubs and golf communities in Arizona.

Pinehurst No. 8

No. 8 opened in 1996 to commemorate Pinehurst’s Centennial. Fazio incorporated signature Ross features into the design of No. 8, including dips and swales around the greens, sloping greens, and false fronts. As the site of the PGA Club Pro Championship in 1997 and 1998, it is a proven championship course that daunts and delights all who play it.

Sanctuary Golf Course

Just outside of Denver, Colorado is one of the most exclusive golf courses on the planet. Sanctuary Golf Course was founded and built in 1997 by RE/MAX founder and co-founder, Dave and Gail Liniger. It was designed by Jim Engh and was declared as “The USA’s Best New Private Courses,” by Golf Digest when it was opened. Play is limited to approximately 20 charity events per year – and rounds are auctioned off. 

Stone Canyon

Stone Canyon, situated in the Oro Valley outside of Tuscon, is as stunning as it is creative, “It’s the most remarkable desert site I’ve ever seen,” Jay Morrish, the course designer said. “None of the others are in the same league with Stone Canyon.” Even this ringing endorsement does not do Stone Canyon Golf Course justice. From the rock formations to the picturesque view of the Tortolia Mountains, Stone Canyon is a masterpiece of golf and landscape design.


Visitors come from all around the world to explore and experience fishing, surfing, and golf. Welcome to Taghazout, home of Taghazout Golf Course. The course was designed by Mike Jones.

Thanksgiving Point

This championship caliber course was designed by Johnny Miller and is 7,714 yards long, covering more than 200 acres. It has been called a “hidden gem,” and was voted in the Top Ten new courses in the country when it opened. It has hosted the Utah Championship, a Web Dot Com event.

Troon North Golf Club

Located in “The West’s Most Western Town,” — Scottsdale, Arizona, Troon North Golf Club serves as a “must,” for golf purists across the world. This iconic course features desert landscape, wildlife, and puts the unmatched beauty of the American Southwest on display for 18 holes. The rugged landscape of the Sonoran Desert serves as the perfect backdrop for year-round, championship golf.

Wade Hampton

Located in Cashiers, North Carolina, beneath the Great Smokey and Blue Ridge Mountains, Wade Hampton is considered by most serious golfers to be an outstanding example of golf course design. The course balances new ideas and old traditions to create an always unique and extremely challenging round of golf. The course’s design never belies the surrounding beauty of Cashiers. The result is seamless imbrications of manmade and natural beauty and an outstanding round of golf.

Wolf Mountain – Par 3 Mountain

Par 3 Mountain features an incredible blend of mountain scenery. This fantasy course is an enjoyable excursion for professional and amateur golfers alike. The course was designed by Lanny Nielsen, who drew inspiration from Arnold Palmer. The bluff on hole 4 was based on Scott’s Bluff National Monument in Nebraska.

9.E6Golf Online #

Beta.e6golf.com is a companion site for E6 CONNECT. This is where you create your Player Profile, manage your accounts and store/view your in-game shot/performance data. It also is the hub for the E6 CONNECT community and provides information, feeds and social media sharing.

Each time you play round (logged into your Player Profile), the information from that round is saved and stored on the E6Golf Online website. Results from your Online Events, Peer to Peer matches, Achievements and Statistics are all tracked in real time and are instantly available to review. This is an extremely valuable tool for tracking your swing data, yardages, etc.

You can analyze your shot data using a variety of filters, such as by club type (below).

Player Stats

10.License management #

10.1.Unbinding an E6 Connect License #

Each E6 CONNECT license can be synched to one computer or device at a time. This is referred to as “binding”. If you would like to transfer one computer/device to another, E6 CONNECT provides an easy way to do so.

1. To Unbind an E6 Connect License

2. Log in to https://beta.e6golf.com

3. Click the PROFILE icon (in the top-right corner) and select SETTINGS from the drop-down menu

4. On the Edit Profile screen, click LICENSES (on the left)

5. On the Licenses screen, find the license you want to “unbind” (if more than one) and click the DOWN ARROW on the far right

6. The drop-down dialog will show the Permissions, Courses and Tracking Systems available with your license

7. To unbind your license, click the long, blue UNBIND FROM SIMULATOR button

11.Error Messages #

11.1.License & Activation #

Invalid Login

“We are unable to find a license associated with this account. Please check the email address used to purchase an E6 CONNECT license and try again.”

The login was valid, but the account doesn’t have any licenses, bound or unbound.

No licenses available

“There is no E6 CONNECT license associated with this account. Please check the email address used to purchase E6 CONNECT license and try again.”

There are no more licenses available on this account because all existing licenses are bound to other sim IDs. The user must either unbind a license from another sim ID at https://beta.e6golf.com/settings/licenses or purchase additional licenses.

Failed to Activate License

“Please check your internet and try again.”

E6 Connect cannot access the server because of a connectivity issue on the user’s end. The user needs to make sure they have internet and then attempt to activate the license again.

Failed to Activate License

“The server seems to be offline, please try again later.”

E6 Connect cannot access the server because of a connectivity issue on the server’s end. The server could be down, or the connection.

11.2.Version Notification Menu #

Entering Offline Mode

“Offline Mode allows users to continue play in E6 Connect without an internet connection. Some features will be unavailable. You will need to connect to the E6 Connect server after this session.”

(This is a notification, not an error) The user is out of Offline Mode sessions and must connect to the internet so that E6 Connect can reference their license again. Once this has been done, their available Offline Mode sessions are reset (5 being the default).

Offline Mode Unavailable

“Unable to enter offline mode. Please ensure your internet is connected and log in again.”

The user isn’t eligible to enter Offline Mode (for a reason besides running out of Offline Mode sessions) and must reconnect to their license via the internet. This error covers multiple issues, but can most likely come up if E6 Connect failed to read the license’s offline files (because they were deleted from ProgramData or marked as read-only by the user), or their current license is a Trial which requires an active internet connection.

11.4.Online Play (P2P) #

Online Game

“Now, you can compete against golfers around the world, in turn-based head-to-head play. Online Play requires steady internet connection, fluctuation or loss of connectivity will result in interruption of play. This product is currently in beta, but will grow to include new features and Modes of Play throughout the year.”

(This is a notification, not an error) This appears every time Online Play is selected from the main menu while it’s still in a Beta state.

Missing Game Name

“Please enter a name for your online game.”

The user attempted to create an Online game with no title in the “Creating A Game” menu.


“You have been kicked out of the lobby because the host has left.”

The lobby has been closed because the host of that online game actively exited the lobby, kicking all other users in the process and sending them to the online games list.


“The host has disconnected to the game, click OK to exit the lobby.”

The lobby has been closed because the host of that online game disconnected from the internet, kicking all users in the process and sending them to the online games list.


“You have been kicked out of the lobby.”

The host used the Kick feature on the user in the lobby, sending the user back to the online games list. However, Kicking is currently not available so this error message won’t be seen for the time being.


“Your machine has been disconnected to the network. Please click OK to return to the Main Menu.”

The user has experienced an interruption in their network connection while in an Online Play round and has been disconnected.

Connection Error

“Could not connect to the server.”

This is a general Online Play message stating that the server is experiencing connectivity issues.

Failed to Join Game

“Too many players have tried to enter, please select a different game.”

The user cannot enter the game lobby because it’s already full (8 players).

Failed to Join Game

“No Game has been selected, please select a game.”

The user clicked the Join Game button in the online games list without selecting a game to join.

12.Supported Devices #


  1. ES2020


  1. X3
  2. X2
  3. Xi


  1. 3e
  2. 4


  1. TruFlight
  2. TruFlight 2
  3. TruTrack
  4. TruTrack 2

12.1.Ernest Sports #

Connecting the Ernest Sports device:

1. Power on the ES device and PC or iOS device.

2. Open the BlueTooth Settings on the PC or iOS device you want to connect to.

3. Find the ES device in the list of BlueTooth devices. It should automatically be detected on iOS and appear under “Other devices” initially. To find it on PC (Windows 10):

  1. In the BlueTooth menu, select “Add Bluetooth or other device”.
  2. In the “Add a device” menu, select “BlueTooth”.
  3. If the Ernest Sports device is turned on, it will appear in the list of found devices. Warning! Windows may recognize it as an “Unknown device” under the “Audio” category at first.
  4. Select the ES device in the list and confirm your choice.
  5. The ES device should now appear under “Other devices” in the Windows BlueTooth menu.

4. Back in the main BlueTooth menu again, select the ES device in the list to connect to it.

5. The ES device should connect via BlueTooth to your PC or iOS device.

Setting up the Ernest Sports device in E6 Connect:

1. Launch E6 Connect.

2.Enter the SETTINGS MENU and select the SIMULATOR TAB.

3. In the Tracking Systems list, select ERNEST SPORTS and select the BLUE CONFIGURATION BUTTON below the list.

4. In the Configure Menu, confirm that the Device Name is correct. The default is ES2020.

  1. If the Device Name is not correct, simply select the button and type the correct name, then hit Enter. The case does not matter.

5. The ES2020 should be recognized by E6 Connect shortly and connect.

6. Select ACCEPT, then ACCEPT again in the Settings Menu to save your settings and return to the Main Menu.

12.2.FlightScope #

Helpful links:
FlightScope’s official setup instructions

Connecting the FlightScope device via Wi-Fi:

1. Power on the FlightScope and PC or iOS device.

2. Open the WiFi Settings on the PC or iOS device you want to connect to.

3. In the network list, find the FlightScope device by its serial number (S/N for short). This can be found on a label on the back of the device.

4. Enter the device’s password. If you have not set one up yet, the default password is the device’s serial number starting with the letter “X”. For example, if the S/N is FS X3-001234, the default password would be X3-001234.

5. The FlightScope device should connect via WiFi to your PC or iOS device.

  1. If available, an Ethernet cable can be used to maintain an internet connection on your PC.

Connecting the FlightScope via Ethernet cable on PC:
*Due to current integration limitations, connecting via Ethernet is not supported.

Setting up the FlightScope in E6 Connect:

1. Launch E6 Connect.

2. Enter the SETTINGS MENU and select the SIMULATOR TAB.

3. In the Tracking Systems list, select FLIGHTSCOPE and select the BLUE CONFIGURATION BUTTON below the list.

4. If this is your first time connecting the device and it does not connect automatically, simply select it by its serial number in the list of model types, then select the CONNECT BUTTON. This must be done for the FlightScope Xi, as it requires manual detection.

  1. If the FlightScope device was previously connected to in E6 Connect, it should automatically be discovered and connected to again shortly.*
  2.  Once the connection is established, you will see a pop-up notification and the serial number and connection status on the Configuration Menu will update.

5. Set the Sensor To Tee Distance and Mode. Please use FlightScope’s official setup instructions for detailed information and requirements.

  1. The available Modes depend on the model. Short Indoor, Indoor, and Outdoor are available for the X2 and X3; the Xi does not support Short Indoor.
  2. Sensor To Tee is the distance between the FlightScope device and the ball.

6. Select ACCEPT, then ACCEPT again in the Settings Menu to save your settings and return to the Main Menu.

*Depending on your network configuration, multiple FlightScope devices could be detected by E6 Connect, in which case the last used device will automatically connect if it is available. If the last used device is not available and multiple FlightScope devices are found, you will need to manually select the desired device by its serial number in the list of model types and then select the Connect button.

Using your FlightScope device (incomplete):

  • Slow Swing mode – toggle button
  • Recalibrate button – pause menu
  • Limitations: The X2 and Xi do not support putting

12.3.TrackMan #

Helpful links:
The TrackMan Performance Studio download page
Official radar placement tutorial video
Official quick connection and calibration tutorial video
Official detailed article on connecting via Ethernet or Wi-Fi

Connecting the TrackMan via Wi-Fi:

1. Power on the TrackMan and PC or iOS device. Wait for the solid green light on the radar to turn on before continuing.

2. Open the WiFi Settings on the PC or iOS device you want to connect to.

3. In the network list, find the TrackMan radar by its name. The default name is the serial number if the radar hasn’t been given a custom name.

4. Enter the TrackMan’s network password. If you have not set one up yet, the default password is “password” without the quotation marks and in all lowercase.

5. The radar should connect via WiFi to your PC or iOS device.

  1. If available, an Ethernet cable can be used to maintain an internet connection on your PC.

Connecting the TrackMan via Ethernet cable on PC:

1. Power on the TrackMan and PC or iOS device. Wait for the solid green light on the radar to turn on before continuing.

2. Connect the Ethernet cable to the TrackMan radar and the PC (or your router). The TrackMan’s Ethernet port can be found on the bottom of the radar and the PC’s Ethernet port should be found in the back of the case near the USB ports.

Placing and calibrating the TrackMan:

1. Please refer to TrackMan’s blog post for radar placement and setup here.

2. Calibration is done within the TPS software. Download it from here, then install it.

3. Launch the TrackMan Performance Studio.

4. Select Shot Analysis in the navigation bar. A view from the TrackMan’s camera will be displayed.

5. Follow TrackMan’s calibration tutorial video beginning at 0:45 to get started, and for fundamental calibration information.

  1. If you are using the radar indoors, place the target reticle (+) at the bottom of the projector screen in the center.

Setting up the TrackMan in E6 Connect:

1. Launch E6 Connect.

2. Enter the SETTINGS MENU and select the SIMULATOR TAB.

3. In the Tracking Systems list, select TRACKMAN 4/3e and select the BLUE CONFIGURATION BUTTON below the list.

  1. The tracking system should be set to TrackMan and the radar should be recognized by E6 Connect shortly and connect.

4. In the Configure Menu, select the desired Tracking Mode.

5. Select ACCEPT, then ACCEPT again in the Settings Menu to save your settings and return to the Main Menu.

12.4.TruFlight 2 #

Coming Soon

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