There's not much in the Miami area you can play on a Saturday morning that is under $50 with a cart. One of the better conditioned clubs whre you can is Calusa Country Club. Unfortunately, it was recently bought by the Bacardi family and is going to totally redesigned at a cost of $50,000,000 and turned totally private with only 200 member families. Play it in the next couple months and you can get on a good course at a bargain. If you wait, the buy in will cost you a quarter million dollars. Personally, I think it's stupid considering the location, but it's not mymoney.
There are a few reasonable public courses around here at under $50, but only a couple. They're OK, but nothing great.
Southwood Golf Club, its a st joe community in tallahassee fl its a couples course... recently i played with a christian rock band called 3rd day and the david crowder band and they had played pebble beach the week before and said that the greens at southwood were beter and A LOT faster plus the conditions were better... it was rated the 3rd public course in the US when it opened... yeah its sweet plus its only like 50 bucks weekend but in holidays it goes way up but on the other hand weekdays is like 35-40
North Carolina is a great area because once you get this far south, golf is almost all year 'round. Anyway, if you are ever in the Greensboro area, check out Bryan Park. It features 36 holes of the best priced holes you'll ever wanna see. Designed by Rees Jones