This kit is pretty much exactly what you're expecting. No more, no less. It's a nice little gift to give to that golf enthusiast in your life, but I imagine the novelty will wear off pretty quickly.
My biggest complaint is the golf balls, which knocks 2 off the score. They're roughly the size of airsoft pellets and just as heavy (read: way too light), making them extremely easy to lose and also making the whole thing feel like a cheap toy rather than a functional game. The kit also loses half a point for the hole: it's a hassle to fish them out of the hole; you might have to use a toothpick or something similar. The clubs are thankfully NOT made of plastic, but of some sort of metal. You get an iron and a putter, both of which have a satisfying weight to them. The green is plastic and felt; no complaints there (besides the hole).
The kit also comes with a small book, which gives a very brief history of golf and thereafter concerns itself with suggesting ways to recreate an authentic golf course experience in your home/ office. Not very funny, IMO, and definitely not worth reading more than once.
It's cute, but the gimmicky golf balls really bring it down. It's maybe suitable for a Secret Santa affair or "randomly thought of you" gift, but overall I would say it's not worth the price. Unless, of course, your person really, really loves their golf, or is Stuart Little. Stuart would probably want heavier golf balls too, though.