Ed Lichtig is an avid golfer, father of two, and dedicated husband. When not spending time with family, Edwin Lichtig is running GSL Advisory, a Lafayette, California-based marketing company for financial planners. Like many golfers, Ed Lichtig strives to improve his putting tempo.

The tempo of the putter is determined by how fast a putter moves back and through the ball. A quick tempo means the putter is moving back and through at a fast pace. In order to create a good putting stroke, the player must learn to move the putter at a consistent speed. The result will be more control and more successful putts.

Players can practice their tempo by trying to hit putts at a specified distance. One drill to practice this can be done using two tees. Put the tees in the ground about 18 inches apart, then move 10 feet from the tees. Place three balls on the green, and attempt to hit each so they stop between the tees. The player will naturally adjust to putts hit too far or too short by changing the tempo of the putter. The result will be a consistently smooth tempo that helps the player make more putts on a regular basis.
 
 
The owner and operator of GSL Advisory Services for more than a quarter-century, Ed Lichtig’s expertise on annuities and other financial instruments makes him a highly sought-after adviser. Countless agents who sell annuities, especially indexed annuity annuities, look to his reports, radio broadcasts, and online posts to update their knowledge of this ever-evolving market. When he is not addressing his professional responsibilities, Ed Lichtig participates in a broad range of community activities, including coaching baseball and soccer teams. Edwin Lichtig also enthusiastically supports the National Wildlife Foundation.

Established in 1938 under its current name, the National Wildlife Foundation (NWF) evolved from a 1936 meeting of conservation-minded individuals and organizations called by President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Today’s NWF represents more than 4 million members and affiliates in 47 states, and addresses the concerns of a broad range of constituencies that includes hunters and anglers, outdoor enthusiasts, scientists, bird watchers, and gardeners. 

One of the organization’s greatest strengths is its ability to cut across traditional party lines to unite people in support of environmental issues. Each decade since NWF’s founding has been marked by significant NWF-supported environmental legislation enthusiastically supported by Americans from coast to coast, from the landmark Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA) of 1947 to the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007.