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Patrons At The Masters Who Yell "Dilly Dilly" Will Be Removed

A general view of the masters flag.

AUGUSTA, GA - APRIL 07: A Masters flag blow in the wind during a practice round prior to the start of the 2014 Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club on April 7, 2014 in Augusta, Georgia. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)

It's almost that time of year.

We're just two days away from the first round of the 2018 Master Tournament. All the eyes will be on Tiger Woods as he looks to keep the momentum going from his first few tournaments of the year.

Although he hasn't won, Tiger has been right there ins several tournaments as we draw near to the year's first major.

Fans in attendance will see Tiger tee off Thursday morning, and a large crowd will likely follow his group around the course. Some might even cross the line.

Even a calm game like golf has rowdy fans. As is true each year at the Masters, several patrons will be asked to leave due to unruly behavior.

According to Bryce Ritchie of Bunkered Online, fans will be removed from the tournament if they shout "dilly dilly."

The marketing ploy made popular by Bud Light appears to be one of the phrases banned at this year's Masters. That likely has to do with the tournament's strict advertising rules - they don't want to give away any advertising for free, which would be the case for Bud Light.

The Masters kicks off on Thursday morning.