Here is a description of farmer's golf:
Farmers golf is played with a special wooden golf club, with a club head in the shape of a wooden shoe, or clog (in Dutch: klomp). A farmers golf ball is, with its 20 centimeter diameter, much larger than a traditional golf ball.
A golf hole is made by placing a bucket in the ground and a flagpole beside it. The 8 to 10 holes have, on average, more than 200 meters distance between them. A typical Farmersgolf TM course consists of 8 hectares or about 20 acres.
The defining feature of Farmer's Golf is that the game is played on an otherwise unaltered farm. Obstacles and "hazards" include anything one might find on the farm, including live cows, ditches and barbed wire.
The pin is also the start point for the following hole.
The ball can always be moved a club length from where it lies as long as it is not moved closer to the pin. A hole is finished when the ball is hit into the bucket at the pin. The ball is then removed from the bucket and placed 4 metres away in the direction of the pin for the next hole. This is continued until all ten holes of the course have been played.
There is mention that the game is traditionally played in Dutch wooden shoes.
To me this looks like a variant of croquet with the mallet swung in a golf-like arc instead of rotated in an arc by your legs.