A common grip used for putting. When a golfer overlaps the index finger of their right-hand with the little finger of their left. The reverse for left-handed golfers.
For a right-handed player, a putting grip in which the index finger of the right hand overlaps the little finger of the left and the converse for a left-handed player.
(aka: "reverse overlap grip") probably the most common grip used for putting - a method of placing the hands on the club such that the index finger of the top hand rests on top of the fingers of the bottom hand. Example: "Many players use the reverse overlap for putting."