This game is best played outside, ideally in a hilly or bushy area with limited long-distance view. Just like in real golf, players throw a Frisbee from a starting point, aiming to get it as far as possible across a filed with holes. In this case, the "holes" are baskets (or similar) that the Frisbee must land in. The winning team is the team that manages to reach all the holes with the fewest number of throws. To make things a little harder, have teams play against the clock.
To begin this game, three dodgeballs are thrown in the air. From that point on, the goal is to stay in the game. Players are out if:
1. A dodge ball hits you anywhere below your knees (shins, feet, etc).
2. Any part of your body touches the ground other than your hands or feet.
3. You pick up the dodge ball (you must bat it with your hands).
Players roll the dodge ball on the ground in front of them and try to hit it into other player's feet. Hands can be used to block the ball. Aim to be the last one standing!
Divide your group into three teams: Zombies, Survivors, and Helpers (make sure that there are a few more Zombies than Survivors and Helpers). Choose a starting point, and then have the Survivors run and hide from the Zombies. After a minute to look for hiding spots, send the Zombies out to find and tag them. A minute later, the Helpers come out. Their job is to lead and guide the Survivors back to the Starting point. Survivors cannot be tagged by Zombies, and they can circle around a group of Survivors to take them back or they can run behind the Survivors. If a Survivor gets tagged by a Zombie, they become one, too. The Survivors/Survivor that make it back to the starting point without getting tagged wins!