If you are happy with the new flight, then learn to play it. Instead of aiming for that pin, aim slightly to the right of it, then let your shot do its thing. I understand its hard to adjust alignment, but you just have to trust the new shot. But since you still miss it right, aiming farther right might hurt your game. I'm not sure how often you miss, so I don't want to steer you in the wrong direction.
Its important to manage your misses. That's why I asked where you miss currently. For example, I now play a slight fade. I line up to the left edge of the green. Sometimes I'll hit it dead straight and miss the green. Usually it fades slightly and gets me on. Sometimes I'll block it and miss to the right of the green (what is that, like a 10-15 yard miss?). The push is the reason I don't attack pins (well that and lack of skill). If I get greedy and aim towards the middle of the green for a right hole location, there's a chance that I'll push it right OB.
I'd rather have a 30ft birdie putt than a 3ft birdie putt if it means I can chip on when I miss as opposed to taking a drop. I'm not good enough to hit it where I want to or expect to all the time, so I learned just to avoid hitting it where I really don't want to.