HOOKING, THE ACT OF curling one's fingers around the string, is the first permanent. reference point attaching the archer to the bow. There are only two places the archer comes. in contact with the bow: through the string with hooking, and through the grip at the bow. hand.
So, that's the basic idea behind the draw grip: place your fingers' first joints on the string to create a hook, with the pointer finger above the arrow and the middle and ring finger below the arrow, and keep the thumb low and the pinky out of the way, and you're good to go. Nothing too complicated.