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What is the difference between N and NU in the setup of my r9 taylormade driver

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Locking the head back in place with the torque wrench supplied free with the club, gives me four main settings to set up the trajectory:
*Towards L sets the club to give a maximum draw (presumably for those with a built slice or fade swing).
*Towards R sets the club for a controlled fade (for those who consistently over draw or pull tee shots)
*Neutral Upright (NU) delivers a slight draw (for those with a tendency toward a slight fade)
* Neutral (N) produces a slight fade (my preferred setting to counteract an occasional hook/pull)

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