Star-Telegram golf writer Jimmy Burch handicaps his top 10 choices with odds, to win the 2013 U.S. Open in Ardmore, Pa.:5-1 Graeme McDowell The 2010 U.S. Open champ was a runner-up last year and projects as a comfortable fit at Merion Golf Club.6-1 Matt Kuchar Memorial champ, Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial runner-up enters with the best recent track record of any PGA Tour competitor.7-1 Tiger Woods He’s had two weeks to correct swing flaws that surfaced in his Memorial meltdown. Expect a strong rebound.8-1 Zach Johnson Merion has many characteristics in common with Colonial. No one on the PGA Tour plays better at Colonial.10-1 Webb Simpson Defending champ won last year on a comparable course and has the skills to repeat.12-1 Luke Donald Gifted ball striker has the necessary tools to claim a U.S. Open title, particularly at a short, tight course like this one.15-1 Rory McIlroy No. 2 player in world rankings is adjusting to new equipment but is too talented to overlook as a title contender.16-1 Jim Furyk It has been 10 years since Furyk’s signature triumph at 2003 U.S. Open. He’s capable of a repeat.18-1 Adam Scott Aussie collected his first major title at the 2013 Masters, should build on that confidence boost this week.20-1 Phil Mickelson Lefty would love to capture a U.S. Open title, but this venue will punish errant drives more than most.