I'm far from good. When I turned 30, back in 2001, my wife took me to Galyans in Chicago and let me pick out my own set of clubs (to replace the hand-me down set mish-mash I got from my dad and grandfather that was much older than I was). I ended up with Tommy Armour irons, a Taylor-made 10.5 driver, Adams Tight-Lies 3 and 5, a Cleveland Golf "Trusty Rusty" sand wedge and a Taylor-made "Nubbins" putter.
Since I got clubs, the Tight-lies were easily the clubs I hit the best. I've hit them well off the fairways and in the rough. The only problem is that they're a bit more difficult to hit off of a tee, because the design often causes me to get too far under the ball when it's on a tee. So I've had to use my driver off the tee a lot.
For the past few years, I've been able to play slightly more. For a while, I would just hit poorly with the driver and try to save the whole on the second shot with the Tight-Lies. For the past year, I've started hitting my driver fairly well. Well enough to actually start hitting with authority off the tee.
If this keeps up, I can stop worrying about my drives and just focus on club selection, pitching, chipping, putting, and just about everything else that is wrong with my game.