1898 Spalding Cran Cleek. The unique feature of this patent club is is a wooden insert held in place by two back screws. It was thought that the insert would cushion the blow of the harsh gutty golf ball in use at that time. Like all of the unique patent clubs from that era the Cran Cleek proved not to be very effective, thus its scarcity. The club measures 39" in length and measures 3.75" across the face from heel to toe and is in overall very good condition.