we basically picked cedar hill off a list of nearby par 3's. it's owned & operated by the town of stoughton. they have a small clubhouse and pro shop. the course is just okay. most of the fairways are dried up, and a few of the tee boxes had so few blades of grass i probably could have counted them. the greens were nice though, even and not too fast.
it'd be nice if they printed a little map of each hole on the scorecard so you know where the green is. the 1st and 9th holes are both dogleg left and you can't see the green, let alone the pin. the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th holes are all parallel to one another, and there's hardly any trees to break them up, so it can be a little hinky.
for two of us it was $54 to play all 9 holes with a cart. not too bad, but i'm sure you could find a nicer course in the same ballpark.