This Neal Obstacle Golf Game is in its original box and contains all 9 wooden obstacles, nine wooden tees (wood boards), and the metal cup. According to the instructions that came in the box, this game is a circular set played by positioning the obstacles in a circle with the cup after the 9th obstacle. Once you make it through an obstacle, you go to the next tee. The player making the circle in the least number of strokes wins.
As marked on the instructions, which are in rough shape, this game was made by The OxFord Corp, West Paris, Maine, and designed by J.H. Neal, the originator of obstacle golf games 1921-1931. The game was obviously made after 1931, but how long after is not known to the auctioneer.