The Tournament Club of Iowa near Polk City takes center stage this week as it hosts the Allianz Championship for the first time. Less than two years old, the course takes over for the Glen Oaks Country Club as the host of the Champions Tour event. The tournament begins on Friday but TCI general manager Pat Franklin says the week will be full of action. There’s a junior pro-am on Tuesday, the pro-am’s Wednesday and Thursday, and then the first round starts Friday.Franklin says the course will offer fans a great view and they have worked hard to make it accessible. He says they’ve been working for a year to get things worked out and have it organized so people can get in and out of the club.Franklin predicts the fans and players will be impressed with what they see. He says it’s a beautiful piece of property with four of the best finishing holes on the tour that he knows of.D.A. Weibring is the defending champion.