Try these ways to grip the golf club. However, it is always a good idea to visit your PGA golf instructor to see how the grips can be fine-tuned to alter the direction and distance of your shots.
Baseball Grip/Ten-Finger Grip
This grip is when you hold the golf club with the top hand index finger and bottom hand pinky finger side by side touching each other. This grip is recommended for people with weak hands and wrists. It gives your hands the most freedom to turn the club over.
This grip is when you hold the golf club with the top hand index finger and bottom hand pinky finger interlocking each other. This is recommended for people with small hands. This grip unifies the hands the most out of the three different styles. This cuts down on wrist movement. This grip is good for people who have active wrists.
Overlapping Grip / Vardon Grip
This grip is when you hold the golf club with the bottom hand pinky finger on top of the crease between the top hand index finger and middle finger. This is a popular grip for golfers with large hands. This grip is a good medium of the previous two grips. It unifies the hands but also keeps them free at the same time.