I really need to reinforce this, even though you may be tempted to flip this steak, poke this steak, or use a meat fork to turn this steak, resist that urge! Only turn this steak, or any steak for that matter, with tongs or a spatula. Once you have it on the grill let it cook for about 5 minutes and then turn it 90⁰ to get good grill marks on your steak. These steaks are twice as thick as a normal steak, that means they take twice as long to reach the correct temperature, once you have your grill marks on the first side, flip the steak and then turn the grill heat down, or move the steak to the coldest part of the grill, and close the lid.
Once you have your steak cross hatched, you will need about 20 minutes cooking time to get this steak to rare, 115⁰F-125⁰F, which means you also need to pull this steak from the grill at between 105⁰F and 115⁰F, carry-over cooking will get it up to the desired temperature from there.
Make sure you take temperatures often during the cooking process. Make sure you have your meat thermometer ready to take a temperature every few minutes once you break the 90⁰F temperature. Once you cross this temperature threshold the temperature of the meat will rise quickly.