With a scoring average of 3.156 on the final day of competition, the par 3 No. 8 suddenly became one of the most difficult holes for Colonial participants. To be exact, the hole that runs parallel to the Trinity River was the third most difficult hole on Sunday. All eventual winner Boo Weekley knew when he stepped up to No. 8 was he needed a great tee shot to get back on track after bogeys on Nos. 5 and 7 that had dropped him back to par for the round. The shot Weekley was able to hit from the tee, though, might have been even better than great, landing 3 1/2 feet from the hole. On the subsequent putt, Weekley calmly knocked in a birdie, which started a stretch of four birdies over the next six holes that earned the Florida native a plaid jacket. Weekley closed with a 4-under-par 66, good enough to edge second-place finisher Matt Kuchar by a single stroke. Weekley’s birdie on No. 8 was one of only five on the day.