No its not REAL golf but ... I have heard of guys (and gals) that are physically challenged using something like this. There was a story recently about a Soldier that lost his legs in battle and was confined to a wheel chair. He loved golf and to keep a long story short - he used something like this, which allowed him to return to the course and get back out there to something he loved doing. I see nothing wrong with that? It would put people like this back out on the course and they should be allowed to get back out there even if its not REAL golf.
There are many great programs around the country that use adapted golf carts and swing harnesses to enable those who are disabled to play golf. I help at a program called Buddy's Buddies, and it's amazing just how happy it makes people to be able to play golf again. However, I am still not sure that EZee Golf's system of firing balls from a stick is the safest way to go about it!