The Nameless Horse

Designer: Adam Hill

Course Description:

Golf has come to the gold mines of Pickaxe Canyon. This course weaves through the landscape as it slaloms around the cliffs, canyons, and outcrops. Make sure you have a head for heights as you will be playing with some sheer drops into the canyon floor.

Tournaments Hosted

Year Event Tour Winner
No hosted tournaments for this course.

Other Courses by Adam Hill

Course Name Theme Par
Thorian Woods Boreal 70
Royal Leargmuir Links 72
New Royal Leargmuir Links 72
Arthurville Gardens Countryside 71
Golden Meadows Harvest 70
Fisher's Valley Countryside 70
Cassowary Heights Tropical 73
The Rustic - King's Course Boreal 72
Cearcall a Chuain Highlands 70
Concorde Hills Delta 72
The Rustic - Queen's Course Boreal 70
Marconi Bay Highlands 72
Shougleith Tournament Links Highlands 71
The Ratel at Widow's Cross Boreal 70
The Anonymous Stallion Desert 70
Lirescanne Country Club Rustic 72
The Tour Club - Championship Tropical 72
The Villa of Ormen Desert 72
Valentine Park Countryside 70
Valentine Park Countryside 70
Evergreen Gardens Countryside 71
Westering Home Highlands 72
The Vansittart Resort Desert 71
Braes of Sutherland Highlands 71
Widow's Cross: The Black Bear Boreal 71
Royal Shougleith Highlands 70
Silverbird National Rustic 72
Black Swan Golf Club Steppe 71
Kittawar Golf & Beach Resort Delta 72
Mahoney Country Club Harvest 72

Member Reviews:

The desert theme is never an easy one to work in but the excellent sculpting work has created a course that winds through cliffs and crevices to offer some great views. The hole design is very good as well offering plenty of variety and choices off the tee. The only thing I could really fault is the greens which for me are a little too flat and take some of the challenge away from the course. 

Reviewed by: Dean Lowdon on 11/17/2015
An overall solid course with straight forward course design.  I felt rhe planting was a bit inconsistent in the earlier holes and the back nine seemed more complete.  I recommend this course for those who are new to the the game and want to get their feet wet.  
Reviewed by: Richard Valdes on 9/3/2016