Your state probably has a Golf Association of some kind that can provide some useful info. Water rights are a big thing here in Oregon. My wife's company purchased a golf course last year and that's how they started their research. They also ignored the data and now have a failing business on their hands, but this is a whole other story..
Hi and welcome!
You have a nice athletic move, and your posture is decent. Well done.
Personally, I would start here, which will start helping you turn the proper amount. You can also look at the following video specifically about hitting driver. Although I think starting with the basics will help you more in the long term.
Another option is to use a grip with a smaller core diameter (made with thicker material to be standard size when mounted on a smaller diameter shaft). Putting a 58 core grip on a .600 shaft will give you 0.02 in oversize, about the same as two additional wraps of tape. Of course, not all grips are available in a variety of core diameters, so sometimes tape is the only answer.
I realized that my last response sounded pretty dismissive, I have no idea what additional research @The Bogey Guy is doing. I too get sucked into thinking that everything I need to know is available on the internet somewhere. Having said that, I'm surprised that it took 3 weeks from the original post before one of us suggested that the OP actually do some in-person research.