They make those in compact fluorescent, energy saving versions too, and the flood light shape should help with your problem.
in the meantime there are alternatives and more coming all the time:
LED bulbs are still very expensive, but beginning to come down as they start getting more popular. Sometimes you can find them on sale for prices more comparable to CFL's. The available versions have not been as bright as regular bulbs, but 60 watt equivalent LED's are now coming out. The LED is solid state, does not generate heat and lasts about 8 times as long as a CFL. And they are directional, so all the light goes in the direction it is aimed. They are suitable for recessed lighting, so also for your utility light. And they have no mercury in them, so they are not hazardous waste like CFLs. CFL's use 25% of the energy that incandescents do; LED's use 10%. https://www.popularmechanics.com/science/environment/will-led-light-bulbs-best-cfls-and-incandescents
and in dec or jan, lowes is going to start selling a new type of bulb called esl (electron stimulated luminescence in case you care).
It actually works like a computer monitor or TV tube. Instead of causing a gas to glow, an electron gun causes a phosphor coated screen to glow. They are not quite as energy efficient as CFL, more like 30% of the energy of incandescents. But they are mercury free, directional, designed for recessed lighting. They are rated for about the same life span as CFL's but because designed for recessed lighting, they should actually achieve that life span even in your utility fixture. They will be more expensive than CFL's, but half the price of LED's
So hang on... newer technologies are about to solve your problem!