It can be difficult to know when to use “good” and when to use “well.” This is a very common grammatical error.
Remember This Rule
“Good” is an adjective and is used to describe a noun or pronoun. It is often used with forms of the verbs be, look, feel, sound, or taste. Never use "good" to modify a verb or as an adverb.
“The band sounds good this evening.”
"This material feels good on your skin."
“That cake tastes very good fresh fruit on top.”
“Well” is usually an adverb. It is used to describe a verb or sometimes an adjective. It is also used if you are describing how one feels, as in feeling healthy or unhealthy. Take care not to confuse this with how something feels, as to the touch.
“He speaks well in public.”
“Does he feel well enough to go with us?”