Sorry but very hard to believe there is not a bit of spin here...
Im placing my money on this is not the third snapped FW board but the first!
Putting aside the fact is hard to believe anyone could snap three FW,s in a year unless you either keep on doing one of a few things.
1. Started to learn airs and trying to land them in the flats or extremely shallow water, like a shore break, this will snap/crease any board.
2. Trying to do other turns on almost bare sand shore breaks or reefs.
3. Surfing very heavy waves.
4. duck diving in very shallow water or letting you board go in very shallow water
Sure you can snap boards in tiny waves but most of the time if you do the board is hitting the bottom in some way
And if its true than you would surely be snapping just as many if not more PU boards.
Sorry but I do find it hard to believe anyone who has also worked in a surf shop and has a degree of knowledge would after snapping two FW's, not buy a third one in FST instead being well known it is the stronger construction.
Its actually hard to believe anyone would actually buy the third FW board after already snapping two within a year, I love fW boards but i know i even wouldn't.
BTW. I lived on the Gold coast for years and surfed almost every day often a few times a day mostly burleigh, south straddie and the beachies in between and i only ever snapped one board a PU DHD in a 2ft shore break trying to do something silly that one last dry sand turn.
Anyway thats just my 2 cents worth.