Sunrise Falls Golf Course is a municipal 18 hole regulation course that is open to the public and located on the hilltop of Historic Madison, Indiana. From the longest tees it measures 6,516 yards in length and plays to a par of 72. The back tees have a course rating of 69.9 with a slope rating of 117. The original 9 holes were established in 1963 with the back 9 being added shortly after the infamous F5 Tornado tore through Madison in April of 1974. The course contact is Class "A" PGA member Roger D. Gallatin.