"It's frustrating to me knowing that I put in a lot of time personally into decision making with the policy board," Cink told Reuters after Thursday's second round at the Bob Hope Classic.
"It's also frustrating for Joe Ogilvie and Brad Faxon and David Toms, and also our independent directors," the 34-year-old American added, referring to his colleagues on the Tour's policy board.
"We put a lot time into these decisions, there's a lot of study that goes on and then when something comes around, a lot of players blow the whistle and say: 'Hey, we didn't know.'
"Well I don't know what else we can do. We tried to notify everybody in at least three or four different ways, and that includes managers and spouses.
"Somebody needs to get the message to these players of the changes that are going on on their tour. It is their tour. It is very frustrating."
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