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The three that I'm aware of are (for right handed players):

Overlapping Grip - - The pinky finger of the right hand slides OVER the index finger of the left hand, fitting into the space between the index an middle fingers.

Interlocking Grip- - The pinky finger of the right hand is interlocked with the index finger of the left hand.

10 finger Grip- - Basically a Baseball grip. All 10 fingers are gripping the club itself.

Just my two cents.

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