This is the old traditional solitare game called golf. Why is this game called Golf? What possible connection is there? The cards don't hook, they don't slice, they don't hide behind trees.
Parlett describes the movement of cards from the table to the talon as putting into the hole, and when you run out of cards the remaining cards on the table are your handicap.
Anyway, the game plays like the Adjacents, with a different setup and not allowing you to wrap from king to ace or back.