Camilo Vegas comes alive to lead the Wyndham Championship at Sedgefield Country Club. [caption id="attachment_6433" align="alignnone" width="630"] Camilo Vegas / Getty Images[/caption] Camilo went home to Colombia to see his family and friends last week, and the reunion seems to have paid off as he now leads the Wyndham Championship by one shot. Camilo shot a first round -7 under par 63, which included an Eagle and no bogey's. Talking after his round Camilo's remarks make good sense; "I was a little recharging, little cycling, no golf clubs and just get away from the game. It was nice to go without bogeys and I think it probably showed it was a consistent round." "It was nice to go without bogeys and I think it probably showed it was a consistent round. Kept it in the fairway, kept it on the greens and just made the putts when I hit it close. I just hit the ball nicely today." "Just the nature of the game, ups, downs, good years, average years, bad years. And if you ask any player out in the field everybody wants to play better. The game has been good to me. I have no complaints." "Do I want to play better? Yes. Do I feel like I have played to my potential the last two and a half years? No. But again, it's not everything about golf. You got to be little bit easy on yourself and just enjoy life." Sharing second place are William McGirt and Webb Simpson, both at -6 under par following their opening rounds of 64. William has been trying to improve his game, but does not play when he is at home; "I tell people I really don't play at home, I think I figured out I played seven rounds in four years on TOUR when I was at home. So, you know, I really just go home and try to relax and spend time with the family." "I'll go out and hit balls, do some chipping and putting but it's not; mean I love to play golf but not that much." "It's not like a major overhaul, it's more of get rid of some of the sloppy moves. I've really gotten stuck underneath pretty bad so we're trying to get back on kind on top of it, you know, covering the ball again." "It seems like it would always show up when I start playing well and kind of get under the gun. It's just trying to tighten that stuff back up and kind of get back to where I was a few years ago." Webb has the Ryder Cup on his mind; "It's on my mind a little bit but, you know, there's so many things I can't control with what the Captain does and how the other guys play, so, it is nice. I think if I have a good week this week, not just today, but a good week it will show that I really do want to make the team. I want to make a good argument for myself to be a pick." "So, you know, it's one of those just a good start to like I said yesterday, stretch of three weeks, I need three solid weeks." Scott Langley, Martin Laird,Paul Casey, Heath Slocum and Andrew Loupe are all at -5 under par. Martin wants another shot at the Fed-Ex Play-offs; "Obviously I'm coming here really wanting to get in next week with where The Barclays is going back to Ridgewood where I left a little disappointed in the finish last time. I very much like to get back there and have another shot at that." Paul Casey is also trying to improve on his standing; "There's a certain amount of pressure. But I do feel free and this isn't an all-or-nothing situation for me. So I can kind of swing a little bit freer than maybe some of the other guys out there and really try to focus on winning the event. Ultimately that's the goal. You have to do something like that to defer the pressure."