It is easy to believe that more people are killed by golf balls, which are small and hard and travel fast, and by flying corks, than by coyotes. This is comparing killed and killed, not killed and attacked.
Wikipedia has a category deaths due to coyote attacks. It lists only:
On 26 August, 1981, 3-year-old Kelly Keen was fatally wounded by a coyote in Los Angeles.
On October 28, 2009, 19-year-old folksinger Taylor Mitchell was killed by coyotes in Cape Breton National Park, Canada.
As far as I know those are still the only two known coyote attack fatalities. Assuming that a bunch of earlier fatalities have not been recorded, that still makes about 28 years between coyote attack fatalities on the average, which may make them several times as rare as fatalities from hard, fast flying golf balls.
But non fatal coyote attacks are much more common and are probably several times as common as fatalities from golf balls.