Vietnam August 2010


Signing of Distribution Agreement with Tran Minh Tri, Director of Mekong Machinery Company.


Statue of Ho Chi Minh in front of City Hall.

Golf Course Maintenance Manager Nguyen Thi Kim Thoa along with Hong Tuyen and Thuy Duong from Mekong Machinery at Vietnam Golf Club.

Crew working on a pile of sod making sprigs to plug manually.

Photo of the VC tank crashing through the gate of the Presidential Palace in Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) in the War Remnants Museum.


The actual tank used to crash the Presidential Palace gates down at the end of the Vietnam War.



Dinner with Mekong Machinerys’ Hong Tuyen, Nhat Duong, Quang Minh and Thuy Duong.


Temple built on the grounds of Long Thanh Golf Club.

A large dragon shrub sculpture at Long Thanh Golf Club.


Thuy Duong of Mekong Machinery standing on tee box of very elevated par 3 at Long Thanh Golf Club.

Huge Plant sculptures at Long Thanh Golf Club, Ho Chi Minh City. Dragons, water vessels and tea pots.


Entrance to Vietnam Golf and Country Club.


Enjoying discussions on golf course conditions in Vietnam and general maintenance with Vo Hong Tuyen of Mekong Machinery, Le Truong Quang Truong/Palm-Song Be Golf Course Superintendent, and Director of Palm-Song Bobby Chua.



Entrance to Song Be Golf Course just outside of Ho Chi Minh City.



That is what I call efficient transportation usage! Very Green!

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