The connection of the two hands on the discount golf clubs is vital in order to have control and allow the hands to work as one unit; however the question of how a player should connect the hands is almost always uncertain. I believe the proper connection of the hands depends on the length of the fingers and the comfort level when holding the club. The two most popular connections are the Overlap, or Vardon grip, made popular by Henry Vardon. In this grip, the pinky of the trail hand simply rests on top of the gap between the index and middle fingers of the target hand, and the interlock grip popularized by players such as the great Jack Nicklaus. In this grip, the pinky finger of the trail hand interlocks between the index finger and the middle finger of the trail hand.
I believe most modern players prefer the Vardon, or overlapping grip as it allows the discount golf clubs to stay in the fingers of the trail hand easier. In order for me to use the interlocking connection, I have to put the golf club into the base of the fingers of my right hand, and as I stated before, I don't allow the grip to touch my ring, so I must keep it in the center joints of the fingers. If you have long fingers, the interlocking connection may feel and work the best for you. When you come right down to it, it's a personal preference and you should try both, keeping in mind the grip should stay in the fingers of the trail hand. If neither of these combinations feels comfortable, you can try the 10-finger grip.
With this grip, all 10 fingers are on the grip and there in no connection of the hands other than the hands are touching. The trouble with the 10 finger grip is the ease in which the trail hand can assume control of the discount golf clubs at the transition point, having said this, it may be the best for you if your hands are not strong and you need the extra leverage in order to control the golf club.