You're surfing the web about golf and you come across an article about a "World Junior Golf Championships" where there are numerous age brackets.
You discover that the winner of the under 10s shot 5 over par.
Further searching leads you to some video where you see these kids playing par 4s of 150 metres or less and Par 3s of 50 metres from "tees" planted in the middle of the fairways, miles from the real tees.
The kids are cute, they hit it nicely...that's not the point.
10 or 20 years later you read that (insert future famous name here) "shot 5 over par in 2011 in the World Age Championships" with no asterisk or disclaimer.
Now.....does it make you a "hater" when you say that that score is not legitimate?
Surely a 10 year old shooting 95 off proper tees is a genuine achievement, rather than some manufactured nonsense which actually devalues genuine achievement which is up for comparison.
This is why some people get pedantic about aces in practice rounds or eagles or whatever in dubious events or circumstances.