Tim Tebow is currently playing in the 2011 American Century Championship in Lake Tahoe, but he already knows he doesn't really have a chance at winning the event. In a recent interview he said as much.
Here's the video:
He's just out there to play, have some fun and hope he shoots 90. But as of this moment his score is at negative three. In the Stableford scoring format, negative numbers aren't good. The end result of the hole provides a player with a certain number of points. In this instance, a par is worth one point, a bogey zero and a double bogey negative two points.
Tebow also addressed John Elway in that video, saying that he'd say "Hi" to him if he ran into him. However, Tebow isn't that up-to-date with the rules on what can actually go on. Elway currently is at 10 points.
Jimmer Fredette also makes an appearance when he attempts to compare himself with Tebow, mentioning that both of them are trying to overcome a perception that neither can be a successful pro.