Fans Prohibited From Shouting ‘Dilly Dilly’ During The Masters

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Unlike any other sport in the world, golf is the one sport where fans are not supposed to yell, shout, or do anything that could throw a golfer off his game.

Over the past year or so, the catch phrase ‘Dilly Dilly’ has been a staple at sporting events around the Globe. It has even made its way to golfing events, although, you won’t be hearing it this weekend during The Masters.

Bryce Ritchie of Bunkered was told by a member of the security team that the staff has been given a list of words and phrases that fans will be prohibited from shouting during the tournament. Among them, of course, is the ever popular phrase ‘Dilly Dilly,’ which originated during a Bud Light commercial.

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If a fan chooses to shout the phrase or any of the banned words, they will be removed from the tournament. This new rule comes after top-named players such as Justin Thomas and Sergio Garcia had spectators ejected for heckling them while trying to concentrate.

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