Historically was always a hit it as far as you can guy and leave the shortest shot in. Driving the ball, Wedge and short game ( chipping and putting) were my strengths. (but when i started to play less the short game left me, its slowly come back with practice and playing 50+ x this season) A lot depends on the course, if it's a wide open course like many of the courses in Phoenix at Desert Storm, I will hit driver all day.
Being a few years from 60 , and not a big man but decently athletic and strong , I'm not as long as I once was so no advantage to do it ALL the time as I did up to a year or 2 ago, but still use that strategy about 40% of the time...but its situation dependent. I have the ability to reach par 5's in 2 that are up to 550 yards or so and if the hole is not too tight will try and bomb a driver then hopefully knock my 3w/5w on or close. Unfortunately, of the 5 par 5's at my home course which measure 530, 509, 575,507,556 all but the 509 and 575 holes are target golf holes with trouble coming into play across the fairway so cannot hot driver off the tee. The 509 hole I will often reach in two even though you cannot hit driver off it as its a severe dogleg left and fairway runs out at 230. hitting 5wood, then 6/7iron usually leaves a wedge in and that works too although the lay up on the second shot isnt easy
Likewise now, if it's a par 4 at 400/410 or less, I usually just hit 3wood and a mid iron.
worked hard on my wedge, chipping and putting last year with good result so will try and play to those now and just keep the ball in play and avoid the big number(s) which have haunted me for years despite averaging about 10 pars and 1 birdie per round, scoring average wasnt generally good