The interlocking grip is the most commonly used grip on the PGA Tour because it is reliable and gives you a stable hold on the golf club.
Whether you are just beginning golf or an experienced player, the interlocking grip will feel the most natural once you have established it as part of your game.
Here are three simple steps to the interlocking grip:
When you take your club, open up the palm of your left hand and notice the bottom of your little finger and the top of your index finger.
You should lay the grip across these two points and when you close your left hand, you will find the club will sit comfortably in a stable position.
Once you have closed your left hand, it is important to make sure that your left thumb is pointing down the grip, and not to the left or the right.
If you imagine the grip to be a clock face, where the top of the club is 6 o'clock and the bottom of the club is 12 o'clock, you should point your thumb towards 1 o'clock. This will ensure you have a steady hold on the club.
Once you have completed these steps with your left hand, you should take your right hand and just hold the top of the grip for now.
You should then position the little finger of your right hand in between the index finger and the middle finger of your left hand. Once you have done this, lock your hands into that position and lift the club to get used to your new grip.