You’ll grip a club anywhere between 70 and 100 times per round, and there’s no reason why you shouldn’t get it right every time.
Having the correct golf grip will enable you to deliver the club square to the intended target at impact.
Grip the club in the palm and fingers of your hands. For the ideal neutral grip, your left thumb should be positioned just to the right of centre.
From there, attach your right hand by gripping with the middle two fingers and forefinger. Your right thumb should sit just to the left of centre.
If your grip is truly neutral you should be able to see two knuckles on each hand at address. If you can’t, your grip will either be too strong or too weak, causing you to make contact with the ball with either a closed or open clubface. When asking how do you grip a golf club, use these checkpoints to make sure you are doing it correctly.