The only connection you have to the club is your hands!
The three basics ways to grip a golf club are the “ten finger grip” aka baseball grip; the “interlock grip”; and the “overlap grip” made popular by Harry Vardon who won six Open Championships, and 62 golf tournaments, including one run of 14 in a row, a record to this day!
The key to learning the proper grip is to try all three and settle on the one that is most comfortable for you and gives you the most control. While most new golfers will say that all of these grips are foreign, difficult and somewhat uncomfortable, with practice it will improve!
The proper grip is pictured on the right. The two dots on the glove hand should be visible, at least two knuckles should be visible, the ‘V’ formed by the index finger and thumbs pointing to your chin, and a straight angle/line of the index finger positioned in line with the shaft. Understand, the proper right-hand grip is ‘gripping the club in the fingers of your right hand‘, and grip pressure is firm, not tight. Too much pressure can inhibit the hinging of the wrist reducing club head speed. On a scale of 1 to 5, the ideal pressure is 4.