In reality the majority of us "less skilled" amateur golfers are managing a slice, so the manufacturers tend to design left bias into their more forgiving offerings.
You could try items notionally targeted for better players.
E.g. picking one popular manufacturer
Apex, Mavrik pro
Also some have adjustable weights like the M3
Would make sense to me. If the OP wants to go down the brand new route then it has to be worth going somewhere and trying a few on a monitor and seeing if a) it goes straight and b) gives you the distance for the specific par 3
I got a Ping G400 hybrid last year. Once I've gotten to grips with it, I'd say it has really changed my game in terms of taking more shots on. Have no obvious issues hitting it left or right - my poor drives tend to go right and poor irons often turn left - but this is probably the straightest out of the longer end of the bag.
I'm now happy playing it most long approaches, where previously I might have laid up and even hit it out of the rough now and again.
Big fan of hybrids having taken the 4 and 5 irons out and replaced them with the equivalent hybrid. I took a punt on the G400 model off Golfbidder and got lucky that I really liked them (and their condition exceeded the description). If the OP can find a model he likes then I think it'll make a real difference. Finding that "one" is the hard part and I guess nothing beats hitting as many as possible