One golf grip tip is to not grip the club too tight. By gripping the club too tight, you reduce your wrist action involved with the swing. This is important because your wrist action is a power source and allowing your wrist to rest comfortably will allow you to get the most of your power.
A tip to get the most of your wrist power is to place the club in your fingers rather than your palm. The fingers are the most sensitive part of the hands, and placing the club in the fingers will help increase the amount of wrist hinge.
Another way gripping the club too tightly can affect your shot is through the control you will have on your shot. By tightening up your grip, generally the muscles all the way up your arms and into your shoulders tighten up as well. By overworking these muscles and being tense, you won’t get the proper swinging motion that is necessary for an accurate shot.
There are a number of ways you can grip your golf club, but in particular there are three that are most common. The first is The Vardon Overlap, which is also referred to as the Overlapping Grip. This is by far the most popular and common grip among all types. To get a feel for this grip, you start by placing your hands on the handle with your little finger on the trailing hand placed between the index and middle finger on the lead hand. The lead hand thumb should fit in the lifeline of the trailing hand. For right-handed golfers, the lead hand is the left.
The next common grip among the three is the interlocking grip. The name of this grip says it all as you literally lock your hands together. You will take your little finger on the trailing hand and intertwine it with the index finger on the lead hand. The lead hand thumb should fit in the lifeline of the trailing hand. Many people with smaller hands and weak forearms and wrists tend to prefer this style.
The last grip style is the ten finger grip, which is sometimes referred to as the baseball grip. This is a rather simple grip, which is why it is often taught to beginners. All you do for this grip is place a perfect lead hand grip, and then place the little finger of the trailing hand close against the index finger of the lead hand. You will lastly cover your lead hand thumb with the lifeline of the trailing hand.
Although these are the three most common ways to grip a club, the best way to find what works for you is by going off of what is most comfortable. The more comfortable you are the better wrist action and power you will get from your swing.