If you've ever watched professional golf, you've noticed someone is always yelling something after the golfer takes his shot. "Get in the hole" is something I know I've heard plus there's a few other standbys. Well, this year, the organizers of The Masters have decided things are starting to go too far. They've issued a list of words and phrases that can get a fan ejected from the course. "Dilly Dilly" is on that list.
Yelling “Dilly Dilly!” may get you kicked out of The Masters https://t.co/eOtCGt8fxD
— Sports Illustrated (@SInow) April 3, 2018
Yes, the Bud Light "Dilly Dilly" has been banned at the Masters. I'm not sure what kind of conversation brought this up, but it's now official. If you go to the Masters to watch golf and yell 'Dilly Dilly" you'll be escorted off the grounds by security.
So let me get this straight... Golf fans can get ejected at Augusta National for yelling “DILLY DILLY” but 22 years ago fans could take a club from a pros bag, bend it right in front of the pro’s face, mock him and it result in ZERO consequences? Got it.
— Shooter McGavin (@ShooterMcGavin_) April 4, 2018
The people at Bud Light, who like Wendy's, have become quite good at this social media thing. Well, they couldn't just take this insult and not respond.
Our King weighs in on the Dilly Dilly ban. pic.twitter.com/rVxrD5dsNf
— Bud Light (@budlight) April 3, 2018
So they've decided to hand out t shirts. This should go over well with the golfing aristocracy.
Actually, it wasn't too long ago a certain radio station handed out a thousand bright green B1039 shirts when we were denied stage announcements at a Pitbull show at Germain Arena.