Spectators who yell the phrases like "Dilly Dilly" will be removed from Augusta National at the Masters, according to a report from Bryce Ritchie of Bunkered Online.
Ritchie reports that security staff at the renowned golf course has been handed a list of sayings that are prohibited and anyone who shouts them will be "removed" immediately.
"Dilly Dilly" has garnered a ton of popularity as a "cheers" saying because of the many Bud Light commercials that ran during the past football season. Videos have also surfaced of fans yelling it at golf tournaments after players tee off.
Bud Light responded to the reported ban with this message, proclaiming the company will send 1,000 t-shirts to the Masters for fans to wear.
Last month, Rory McIlroy complained that loud and abusive behavior was becoming a problem at PGA Tour tournaments. He cited an instance in which someone kept yelling his wife's name. McIlroy suggested limiting alcohol sales on the course.