Sorry, but you're wrong. Here is an extreme example... the MOST comfortable grip would be one form fitted to the hand, soft, plush, and maybe lined with velvet. While the most comfortable, it would be terrible for controlling the firearm.
A grip that digs into certain places in your hand, and/or a texture that provides mechanical traction against your skin will help control the firearm, but won't "feel good" in your hand.
The glock grip is exactly that. The angle is more extreme to maximize mechanical leverage with your wrist, and the shape AND texture are designed to control the gun by digging into certain places in the palm. Comfortable... no. Leads to excellent control over recoil...yes.
So feel free to not carry the glock because the grip isn't as comfortable in your hand. 'Merica... we get to do what we want. But you're doing yourself a disservice with misinformation.