Forest Hills

Ultimate Club

4-8th Co-ed Team 
High School Co-ed team

FOREST HILLS ULTIMATE CLUB exists to provide high level Ultimate Frisbee for anyone 4th-8th grade and High School.

For ANY skill level. No experience required.

Ultimate is so much more than a sport. It's a community. Ultimate takes the best parts of other sports and make something even better. Give Ultimate a chance. It's worth it.


Our teams compete in leagues with 6 other Middle School Teams + 4 High School teams.

Everyone is welcome regardless of experience! We will teach you how to throw, catch, run, and have fun playing Ultimate.

Players from our club have gone on to play in High School National Invite Tournaments, College and a few even played Professionally.

Questions: email or call/text 616.606.DISC

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MON May 17th 6-8pm @ MacKay Jaycee Park *Girls only


TUE  May 18th 4:30-6:30pm @ Ada township Park


THURS May 20th 6-8pm @ Grand River Riverfront Park


We work hard to be inclusive and welcoming. Can't throw a frisbee? That's ok! We teach hundreds every year! Never forgetting our our main goal of having FUN above all else. 

We hope you sign up for the entire 10 week Summer season and we KNOW you will miss a week or 2. If you didn’t miss a week, we might question your summer plans! We price it out assuming you will miss some practices...cause it’s the summer!

There is also an option to join just for a 6 week session as well. 

Summer 4-8th Grade info! 

It all starts June 15th

Join for the full Summer or just Summer Session 1 or Summer Session 2

Practices (Choose one)

  • Mondays 4-6pm @ Gainey Athletic Complex

  • Tuesdays 4:30-6:30pm @ Ada Township Park


  • Wednesdays 5pm @ Gainey Athletic Complex

Tournaments *optional*

  • Saturday June 16, July 31, and August 21 9-noon in Grand Rapids

Summer Camps, info page

  • 9-1pm every day in Byron Center, MI 

  • 3 camps

    • June 21-24 MON-THURS

    • July 21-24 WED-SAT

      • July 24, 2-6pm + Pro game at 6pm @ GRCHS​

    • Aug 16-19 MON-THURS

Summer Season: 6/15-8/26, $225/person


    • One (or more) practice per week + Wednesday games

      • You may attend multiple practice per week!​

    • 2 Saturday tournaments (3 options)

    • 2 Summer Camps discounted to $25/each  (3 options)

    • T-shirt 

    • 2 Pro game admissions + 2 Clinics before the game w/ pro players (6 options)

    • NO Ultimate July 5-9

    • DISCOUNT: $25 off (total) per family member

Register for just one Summer Session, $100/person

  • Summer 1: 6/15-7/29

  • Summer 2: 7/19-8/26

  • Includes practices, games, and one tournament


  • Jersey $35 (unless you have one from a previous season)

  • Shorts, $35 (optional)

  • Cleats are required (soccer, lacrosse, or football)

    • We have several donated cleats! There is a chance we have your size. ​

  • Disc, $10 (optional)


  • Entire Summer $225/player

    • Includes practices, games,  tournaments, discounted Summer camps, 2 pro games and clinics, and t-shirt

  • One Summer Session $100/player​

    • ​Includes practices, games, and 1 tournament

  • Discounts / Scholarships

    • $25 discount (total) if another family member signs up

    • $25 discount for each person recruited for the current season


    • Pay what you can rates available through the Zig Zag Ultimate Foundation. We are working tirelessly to secure donors and sponsors to make Ultimate a reality for anyone who wants to play.

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Combining the nonstop movement and athletic endurance of soccer with the aerial passing skills of football, a game of Ultimate Frisbee is played two seven-player teams on a field similar to football. The object of the game is to score  points by catching a pass in the opponent’s end zone. A player must stop running while in possession of the disc, but may pivot and pass to any of the other receivers on the field. 

Just like basketball, Ultimate Frisbee is a transition game in which players move quickly from offense to defense on  turnovers that occur with a dropped pass, an interception, a pass out of bounds, or when a player is caught holding  the disc for more than ten seconds. Although, Ultimate Frisbee resembles many traditional sports in its basic athletic  requirements, the rules are simpler, which allows the game to be self officiated. The concept of Spirit of the Game is integrated in to the basic philosophy of the sport, it is written in to the rules and is practiced at all levels of the games from local leagues to the World games. 

Several local colleges have teams including GVSU, MSU, Cornerstone, Ferris State, and Calvin College. One day, some of our players may play professionally for the Detroit Mechanix or even for Team USA! 

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