In 2016, the Coyote Run Golf Course recorded 32,060 rounds of golf. It was a record-setting year.
It surpassed the previous record set in 2015 by 1,000 rounds, or 2.9 percent, said Tom Denklau, Coyote Run manager of operations. That year started with a slump because of a wet spring, but ended with 70-degree days in November.
This year, golfers got out on the course early. Good weather forced the Homewood-Flossmoor Park District to open the course March 8, nearly a week ahead of schedule.
Golfers were . . .
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