This phrase, originally the name of a little-known Texas garage band, is often heard shouted by disc golf players when they make a birdie putt. This shout allows players to notify other disc golfers on the course that they have made a fantastic shot. The phenomenon appears to have originated in the Brazos Valley area of central Texas.
On a par three disc golf hole, a player throws a fantastic drive that places his disc just a few feet from the pin. On his next shot, he drops his disc into the basket, giving him a birdie. This would be an appropriate time for him to shout, "Titty Bingo!"