I am sure many West's opened 3 Clubs on this hand, followed by 3 Spades from North with North South ending in 4 Spades, usually losing the first 5 tricks or East West bidding and making 5 Clubs, sometimes doubled.
However with also 4 Hearts it is often better to wait and see what develops, you are almost certain to get another chance with this sort of hand. After 1 Spade by North, East cann bid 2 Spades (Michaels showing 5:5 in the other major, Hearts, and 1 of the minors). South will raise to 3 Spades, West is now pleased to be able to bid 4 Hearts and North 4 Spades passed around to West who should bid 5 Hearts on such a distributional hand.
In play, East West can always make 5 Clubs for 400 (or 550 if doubled) but on careful play should make 12 tricks in Hearts for 480. North South will go 2 light in 4 Spades for minus 200, or minus 500 doubled.
On the night this hand was played 14 times with East West best score of 5 Clubs doubled for 550, 3 times, 5 Clubs undoubled for 400, 6 times, 4 Hearts making 10 or 11 tricks twice, 4 Spades minus 2 twice, once doubled for 500, and 5 Clubs going 1 off, once.