What he meant to say is that the stock hardware under the hood (dual monitors, motherboard, graphics card, etc) will run the game Power Putt with minimal changes. Of course, you would need to swap in your own Power Putt Hard drive, security chip, and CID to run the game.
Same holds true for Silver Strike X, as well as Golden Tee 2020 Home Edition. If you have hard drives, security chips, and CID's for those games, you can run them on this unit too. Dual monitor output works well. Sound is an issue on all games except Golden Tee Go, because the graphics card is configured to output sound over HDMI on Silver Strike, Power Putt, and Golden Tee 2020 Home Edition, with no easy way to force it to the cabinet speaker. GTGo offers a setting in the menus to choose digital or analog audio, requiring a reboot to enact the changes. Kind of a pain, and not really convenient for "going" which is the whole point of the game to begin with.
I ALMOST had that issue solved by using a video card that allowed for simultaneous audio by injecting the spdif stream into HDMI (and thus leaving the analog feed alone), but I can't get their monitor to play nice for dual-screen work. Target Toss is fine, but the other 3 games display in the upper-left corner of the monitor (and the attached HDTV as well), so it's a no-go. Too bad.